joseph lonergan

Rookie (19th march 1952 / Ireland)

Twenty Fifth Anniversary - Poem by joseph lonergan

It's now twenty twelve time has passed us by
But we're still together I'm a lucky guy
I was thirty two when first we met
Your a beautiful woman how lucky could I get

We're now waiting this October on the second day
Twenty five years married let me here now say
I know your doing something you tell me what
But I'm all so happy with my wife I've got

In a registry office both of us said I do
It was up in Cork Treassa I still love you
I still retain the dress that you wore that day
You looking so beautiful still you are I say

So roll on this October and let us celebrate
Let our time be loving let it all be great
Spending time with you has always been so necessary
But now especially darling it's our twenty fifth anniversary


Poet's Notes about The Poem

dedicated to our 25th anniversary

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013


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