Summer Dreams - Poem by Candice Witherington
The day is bright and warm as we walk hand in hand. Tender blades of grass tickle our toes as we stroll along with no particular destination in mind.
Our laughs echo across the hill tops and fill the air with happiness. No one is around but you and I and even the birds seem to give us our privacy as they silence their song when we pause to kiss.
We embrace each other, looking deep into your eyes, I see the years of pain and suffering that has taken its toll on your heart and you can see I have suffered the same.
You and I were made to erase each other’s pain. “Let me love you” you whispered as you gently kissed my ear. “Let me love you” I replied as I held you near.
We stopped beneath a majestic oak that has stood for more than a hundred years and promised that we would love each other for the rest of our years.
“Let me be your husband” you asked as you gently took my hand. “Oh yes” I replied without hesitation “for you are my gift from God and I accept you without reservation.”
It is not common to find your missing puzzle piece. It is not often you find someone that makes your life complete.
Thank you my darling for giving all your heart and rest well in the knowledge you and I will never part.
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