Archie Roberts

Rookie (Texas)

Man And Woman - Poem by Archie Roberts

Man and Woman

Noble and proud as the King of Beast.
Ripped as the wind blowing from South to East.
Man is a wonder that God can be proud.
Surrounded in mystery, enclosed in a shroud.
Woman is strong in character and deeds.
Strong in the world, attentive to its needs.
She fights with the strength and passion to carry great loads.
Through obstacles and pressures, she travels the straight roads.
Her beauty's enchanting, mesmerizing to those that she face.
Walking with strength, style and grace.
Man and woman, they form a bond stronger than gold.
God binds them together as such its foretold.
With a foundation of honesty, faith, love and trust.
Holds strong together and never to rust.
Look around at each other, at the look in their eyes.
Not to wonder the who's, the what's and the why's.
In Him do we trust, In Him we give grace.
In Him do we pray, Man and Woman face to face.
Man an Woman, God has given them on earth.
The world as their kingdom, beginning with birth.
From the majestic snow covered mountains, wherever the peaceful spirits be.
From Asia, China, Africa and sea to shining to sea.
Wherever we walk, wherever we roam.
God has given it to us and called it our home.
The building blocks of love, stand tall to the sky.
Man and Woman, together they stand, apart they die.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 9, 2009



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