James D. Faulkner


Til death do us part,
Where do we go from there?
Do I continue to live without you?
That just doesn't seem fair.
But since when has it ever?
Even if you're gone,
My love for you will not decay.
I have no doubts, I have no worries
I only hope you feel the same way.
But for now, we have our youth,
Let's live it to it's best.
Together, you and I,
Connected by the hearts in our chests.
We've made a commitment,
What's wrong with one more?
Til death do us part,
And forevermore.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 17, 2010

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