I Don't Care - Poem by Randy McClave
I don't care where I live my life
As long as I have you,
I don't care where my home is
As long as there is us two.
I don't care if we live in a house
Or in a mansion, or even a cave,
I just want you at my side
Where together, forever we will stay.
I don't care to count out my money
Every nickel, penny, quarter or dime,
I don't care to spend all of our money
On our place that is yours and mine.
I don't care if the nights are cold
At the place that we will call home,
I don't care if the days are hot
As long as I have you, and I am not alone.
I don't care what country we are in
Or where we finally lay down our roots,
I don't care what language me might speak
As long as I can still say, "I love you".
I don't care where I sleep at night
Whether it be in a hut, or cabin, tent or igloo,
I don't care where I wake up in the morning
As long as I wake up next to you.
I don't care if we have one room
At the place that we will spend our life,
I don't care what people might ever say
All that I care about is you, my wife.
Randy L. McClave
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