Daniel Wittfoth

Rookie (January 8th,1966)

So Completely

Poem by Daniel Wittfoth

She hates waking up
before noon on saturdays
Rather stay in bed
reading a romance novel
And I love her
so completely

He wakes with the sunrise
does his best not to wake her
Spends his life-rhyme and song
conversations-deep and meaningful
And she loves him
so completely

She looks at him
he looks at her
With those beautiful eyes
deep into each others eyes
She's got him wrapped 'round her little finger
he has her weak in the knees
hearts beating-hearts melting

She smiles and he drops everything
all he has to do is whisper her name
Nothing she wouldn't do-even die for him
there is no doubt that he could not survive without her
so completely

How she loves his ol' guitar
as he sits and plays for hours
Songs of yesterdays come and gone
about thier love
And when he tries to tell a joke
she just laughs and lets it go
And love surrounds them
so completely...

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 1, 2006