Mary Ryan

Rookie (april 7,1961 / Kansas City, MO)

Love - Poem by Mary Ryan

Love is a treasure we keep locked away
It’s okay to cherish but must not be put on display
Love is the intimacy between a husband and wife
Two people that are bound together for life
It’s the tie between friends young and old
Something more precious than riches untold
Love keeps families together through good times and bad
They can be happy or they can be sad
Love comes in many ways to share
But the love we have can never compare
To the love God gives each one of us all
When we kneel at the alter and on Him we call
Seeking His love and confessing our sin
Willing to let a new life begin

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 9, 2006

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