Devotion - Poem by Tony Pinedo
The first thing is to get past your own sin, that is how devotion will begin. We must learn to be humble, know we all stumble. The words devotion must be more then spoken, showing love and trust will keep our hearts from being broken.
We stand by one another till the end, certainly on each other we can depend. I surely wouldn't just perform a dramatic act of devotion, as I rub your body down with lotion. There is no need to utter sweet words of emotion, my love you will trust and feel my devotion.
I would fall flat on my face, should you ever leave me without a trace. I wish for many years in life, thankful for the devotion of a perfect wife. We both know it's all about give and take, true devotion is knowing we are human and can make a mistake. I have more then a notion, you are my devotion.
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