My Love - Poem by Miss Thang
My love, my love, sweet husband of mine,
You are so strong, and Oh, so fine!
Your eyes - they glisten and glimmer and shine.
You inspire me to spit rhyme after rhyme.
You hold me close in your arms of steel,
as I pinch myself to see if it's real.
You give me love unconditionally,
so patient and forgivingly.
Give me strength mad consistently
Emotionally fullfilling me.
You listen to words I never speak.
You console me when I weep.
All my secrets vowing to keep
His blessing you've sown and reaped.
You pulled me out of a pit I used to dwell in
By bringing me closer to you and closer to Him.
You love me through my pain
Starting by giving me your last name.
You believed in me when I couldn't.
And you loved me when you shouldn't.
I tried to warn you about my love -
but you ignored every push and shove.
As you took my hand and I cried
You asked me to be your wife.
3 years later and 36 months down
A true love and a good man I've finally found.
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