Henrie Howells

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Happy 4 Year Anniversary Poem by Henrie Howells


Thank you for blessing me with 4 wonderful years
I will always cherish the smiles, laughs even the tears.
You were always the one on whom I could depend
More than just my lover, you're my best friend!

Not everybody can understand or maintain a love like ours
But up and till today we have been doing it for 35064 hours
When it comes to love, Nobody knows exactly what to do
Still we have been going strong 4 years me and you.

For 1461 days, you have filled me with love
Always proving that together we can rise above
You bring out the worst but also the best in me

Thank you for the 2103796.8 minutes
Or 126227808 seconds you have given me
You are my heart my soul baby
I will love you for an eternity.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, December 12, 2012

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