Differences - Poem by rene janerico
He's flannel and denim.
She's silk and lace.
She's so well studied,
While he's a handsome face.
Yes, he's one of the good ole boys
at the corner bar.
She's into TV soap operas, iced tea
and a pretzel jar.
But hand-in-hand their differences certainly don't show.
Love has kept them together, continuing to grow.
You can see it in their sharing everything in life....
From the time they took their vows and became
man and wife.
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