Aaron Waingrow

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'The Rest of My Life.'


ShyeLin how do I say what is on my heart
Express my love when we are so far apart
How can I convey I love you new each day
And not always repeat the same words I say
You stand out from the rest in how you love
I'd swear you're an angel sent from above
Up all night and early each day for your call to ring
How perfectly beautiful and angelically soft you sing
I love you ShyeLin with all my heart, body, soul and mind
How blessed am I such a Godly, virtuous, woman to find
I do want to love you and take you soon as my wife
Stand behind you in that mirror and answer 'The rest of my life.'

Submitted: Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Edited: Monday, August 25, 2014

Topic(s): love


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my Lady ShyeLin gave me the line from something she wrote 'The Rest of My Life.' and I thought for days on that line and wanted to write a poem that had that line in it thank you my Love you so Inspire me

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