Ananiya Alick Ponje


I Will Marry You - Poem by Ananiya Alick Ponje

I will carry on and marry you
So wipe those tears
That are prickling your eyes
Let the wind carry their words
For we are living in different worlds
Love is truly understood when
We struggle to love for love
And not for fame or wealth
We tie the knot for sickness or health.
If God made you with one hand
Love me you with that brand
Disabled though you are I love you
And I don’t take myself as a fool
You I will take and marry
For you are the only one I can carry
Through this involving life journey
Droop not your head
Because of comments people have made
Let your eyes only look ahead
To a future together we have to make
For love is between you and me
Others may wish to see
How together we will live
Because they still cant believe
That disability is never inability
That true love lacks fragility.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 19, 2011



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