Rozella D. Ashbaucher

(Orange City, Florida)

If I Should Lose The Whole Wide World - Poem by Rozella D. Ashbaucher

If I should lose the whole wide world
And still have thoughts of you,
I'd think myself the richest girl
Tho' poor, it might be true.

I would not mind the poverty
For love, they say, is blind,
And I would find my wealth;
you see,
Of quite a different kind,

If I should lose the whole wide world,
Yet know you loved me true,
I'd feel that I had found my wealth,
The day that I met you.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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