Juris Doctor Oreste Flavio Perdomo

(Hollywood, California)

If You Were My Wife - Poem by Juris Doctor Oreste Flavio Perdomo

I'm the happiest man in the world.
I did find the most wonderful girl.
The prettiest woman on the earth
If you were my wife,
I'd give you a paradise.
I'd build you a house beyond the sky.
I'd be the most wealthy man.
If you were my wife,
You'd be giving power to my mind.
My Goddess of poetry you'd be.
You'd be my music, my melody.
My beloved Lady you'd be.
If you were my wife.
I'd conquer you the most powerful empire
I'd crown you as Queen of my heart.
I'd give you the land, the sun
The moon, and all the shining stars.
You and I'd be just unique
You and I'd forever be only one.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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