DreamLess Dreamer


Now Until Forever


An anniversary is a time
To celebrate the joys of today.
The two lovebirds still in
Love after more than a
Decade and a half.
Loving their life with
Their two angels from above.

An anniversary is a time
To celebrate the memories
Of yesterday.
The day they both said,
'I do.' Everyone surrounding
The newly weds. The people
They love and cherish
All at their side.

An anniversary is a time
To celebrate the hopes of
Tomorrow and the many
Years to follow.
Both together forever
Because true
Love stories have
No endings.

Submitted: Friday, April 23, 2010

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