Dr Shamim ali


My Dear Husband - Poem by Dr Shamim ali

Let me confess how honored I am
To be with you in this life
I'll start by saying that it was a vision which came true
The day I became your wife!

I always offer prayers for your longevity
You're my best friend in the good times
And a source of solace in times of distress
You're the reason for my serene present
And the promise of an enchanting future

I always offer prayers for your longevity
I never thought that I could feel this way
Until I became your wife
You made this year and every other year
A marvelous year

I always offer prayers for your longevity
My very dear husband,
Just wanted to tell you,
You mean the whole World to me
You're considerate and compassionate

I always offer prayers for your longevity
My whole family loves you
As anyone can discern!
And you're very gentle, caring and sharing
A pinnacle of wisdom,
For everyone, not just me.

I always offer prayers for your longevity
You've given me such contentment
You’ve given me tranquility and instant gratification of my wishes,
You‘ve given me beautiful moments,
You’ve given me serene milieu

I always offer prayers for your longevity
You’re such an excellent person
With character and charisma.
I'm so fortunate to be your wife,
To be by your side, hand in hand, together

I always offer prayers for your longevity
Our family will forever remain joyous
Our hearts forever one.
I'm thrilled for us - it's glorious
To have a life that's pure joy!
I always offer prayers for your longevity
My Dear Husband..!


Comments about My Dear Husband by Dr Shamim ali

  • Gold Star - 39,514 Points Akhtar Jawad (9/12/2014 10:07:00 AM)

    In the society where couples are having differences and these differences sometimes lead to the disintegration, your poem is a blow of fresh air. I congratulate you for your happy conjugal life and pray for you and your husband and others who are loved by you a happy and prosperous long life. i really liked your poem. ten out of ten. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 29, 2011

Poem Edited: Sunday, July 3, 2011


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