Jacqualine Williams Rippy

(Tullahoma, TN, USA)

Love's Promise - Poem by Jacqualine Williams Rippy

I promise to love you, as you - always
And for tomorrow, if it should ever come
Until the sun shines no more
And the moon has lost its glow
When Alpha and Omega sit side by side
Only to hear his majesty's calling
And we as one take that last walk
Toward eternity.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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