Tony Cox

Rookie - 0 Points (Mississippi)

My Wife - Poem by Tony Cox

Lay still my newly wedded wife.

Lay easy as you can.

For I know it is foreign for you to sleep with a man.

I am incomplete as a kitchen without a knife.

Without you as my wife.

As long as birds are allowed to fly under the infinite blue bubble.

I shall want you to be my wife.

Just like sweet honey comes from the bee and the fish swim in the seas.

I want you to be my wife.

When God chooses to no longer bless man to walk on this side of life.

I shall forever love you.

My wife

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 4, 2008



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