Denis Martindale


Learners In Love - Poem by Denis Martindale

Since their first kiss and soft caress
Had blessed each other's hearts,
So harmony brought happiness
For that's what it imparts...
When understanding takes control
And partnership holds sway,
There's wholesome gladness in each soul
That hopes it stays that way...

Some call it work to co-exist,
It just needs memories,
For from the past they still persist,
Reminding what can please...
So arguments stay in the past,
Contentions thus to fade,
All that remains are things that last,
Now pleasantly displayed...

That's how a couple's meant to be,
Entwined by thoughts of love,
Beyond the hopes and dreams that we
At first would think enough...
Because they seek their share of bliss,
Instead of finding blame,
How blessed indeed, this couple is,
Deserving of acclaim...


Denis Martindale, copyright, September 2013.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 29, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, September 30, 2013


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