Velmar Pewee Hale Johnson
One Enchanted Evening - Poem by Velmar Pewee Hale Johnson
The Halloween Ball was in full swing,
when in swept the future enchanted, Mrs. Stephen King.
A dainty young maiden, an angel, a dove,
Stephen King, knew in an instant, he'd found his true love.
Danced they all night, till the Sun did rise,
Tabitha, saw love, in her future husband's eyes.
Alas the time came for the two to part,
the young lad got down on one knee, and spoke he from his heart.
'Tell me sweet princess, that you'll be forever my queen,
for I'll love you forever, most precious of beings.'
A smile crossed her crimson lips, as the words flowed like wine,
'I'll love you from now, till the end of time.'
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