Dorothy Warwick

(New Hamburg, Ontario, Canada)

As One - Poem by Dorothy Warwick

The day is dawning
Before the sun has set you two will join together
To be as one.
Your new life starting
You'll face the thunderclouds of storm and sunny weather
And you'll be One.
The years will pass
There will be joys, there will be sadness, but whatever
You'll be as One.
Because when night falls
And God has taken one and laid them lightly as a feather
You're never all alone, you'll always be together
Because you're One.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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