Marvin Brato Sr

Rookie - 123 Points (March 2,1960 / Davao City, Philippines)

' Reciprocal Relationship '


Wife and husband

reciprocate through love,

as a centrifugal force

that settles only

to one another.



Wife and husband

reciprocate through understanding,

as a bonding conduit

to resolves electrifying

disagreements.



Reciprocating wife and husband

make love and understanding,

as best way of communication

that sustain the romance

for lasting relationship.


When reciprocating collapses

between a husband and wife,

romantic expressions cease;

and the marital relation

becomes sour and arid.



Reciprocating with each other

through love and understanding,

builds up stronger foundation

for both the wife and husband;

blessed in a happy marriage.

Submitted: Monday, November 14, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, February 12, 2013

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