Bernard F. Asuncion
Far From The Frown - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
B-ed of flowers as the love is shared
E-arly since '96 January seventeenth;
R-oses in red, white, and yellow
N-eed the rain to feel content.
A-lways and forever we'll be
R-emaining tough standing in the rain;
D-evoted to each other, even if at times grimacing in pain.
M-oon may not always be full,
A-t times it's half or in crescent,
I-n a love of a lifetime, changes are in a rise or in descent.
L-et the Lord hold us together,
E-ven when the sun is down;
E-ach day after every night,
N-ew dawn smiles far from the frown.
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