M. Elizabeth Harper
My Dearest Spouse - Poem by M. Elizabeth Harper
The days are so long, the nights are so strong. Dinners are very much enjoyed. We attend plays and ballets that stimulate our minds. My Dearest and I enjoy each other. Discuss topics and draw knowledge from one another. Spring and summer we vacation in the Tropics, My Dearest and I listen to music, we love all kinds. It leaves us with romantic feelings we don't dare draw the line. We love the company of each other, our conversations draw us closer with great constellation. We've known each other all of our lives but there's a lot yet in disguise. My Dearest and I are still learning each other. The concept of this poem you never really know all there is to know about each other. My Dearest Spouse.
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