Wolkine Stany

Rookie (November 26,1991- / St. Mark, Haiti, Elizabeth NJ)

Letter To Her


Dear Future Wife,

My Darling I Think About You Night In And Night Out
Wondering Who You May Be Or What You Are All About
I Wonder If We Have Already Crossed Paths
Even Maybe Have Spoken, Perhaps
Every Night I Ask God About You
Yea, I Be Praying For You Boo
I Cannot Wait To Get Married, And Have A Kid Or Two
And Forever Spend My Life With You
I Am A Faithful Man, No Cheating And No Divorce
Our Marriage Will Be Great, With No Kind Of Remorse
I Will Love You Until Death Do Us Apart
Want To Hand You This Special Gift, So Here Take My Heart
I Will Give You Everything, Until I Have Nothing Left
Life Without You Right Now Is A Total Wreck
Other Than God, Only You Can Save Me From This Loneliness Mess
If You Are Reading This, I Ask That God Will Give You A Sign
Speak To Your Heart, And Say That You Are Mine
God Gave Isaac His Wife, Same With Joseph The Carpenter
Trust God, And He Will Give Us A Love To Remember!

Yours Truly, Future Hubby Bird

Submitted: Friday, April 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, April 26, 2013
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