Constant Love - Poem by Karen Touzalin
To wake each day, faced with perpetual sunshine
disguised as your smile
is somewhat appealing
and even doctor recommended.
Those moments of happiness
you offer so generously
come bathed in laughter
and dipped in gold.
If someone could stamp a seal of approval on you
they might say 'Best Quality'
or 'Top Class'.
That is to say your love is divine and fit
With all the words in my vocabulary
I am unable to define what you frequently do to me
with your kisses.
So I would suggest you are also
So you would stay constant
and remain exactly as you are.
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