If You Were To Ask Me - Poem by Whitney Scott
If you were to ask me to marry to you
There'd be no hesitation; no doubt; no mysterious clue
If you were to ask me to travel the world
I'd pack my bags, kiss my family good-bye, just to be with you around the globe.
If you were to ask me to love, and honor you until the day I die.
I'd be faithful, honesty, and loyal; for these words aren't lies
If you were to ask me to bring your children into the world
I'd ask you what names should we pick for a boy or a girl.
If you were to ask me did I ever doubt my love for you
I'd reply ' My love for you can never be doubt. For it's the greatest gift I've ever gotten.'
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