Holly Jamestone

(Denver, CO U.S.A.)

Wedding Day


Listen to the message
That is present in my eyes
Which glows so gently on my face
And reaches to the skies

Listen to the solitude
Which captures all I feel
And blesses it with goodness
Only you alone can steal

Listen to my inner soul
And hear it overflowing
Place your hand upon my cheek
And see how it is glowing

Listen to the whisper
Of the trees, the moon, the sky
Treasure feelings that we share
And never question why

Listen to my pounding heart
And hear how much I care
Feel the unity we have
And all we have to share

Listen to the way I feel
When melting from your touch
Listen now and you will hear
I Love You Very Much

(9-6-1980)
©2012 All Rights Reserved

Submitted: Monday, March 18, 2013
Edited: Monday, March 18, 2013

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