The Beauty Of Your Smile-Sonnet - Poem by Joseph Anderson
Like's springs first breath the beauty in your smile
Stole heart and soul, stole all that I twould be;
Enraptured twas I by your charm and style
E'er knowing that our love was meant to be.
So fair were you in spirit, face and form,
Your golden hair, pure beauty in the sun;
I saw in you a lady sweet and warm
And my heart knew you were the only one.
Fate smiled on us, you were a lovely bride
And I, in turn became a richer man,
Who oft did dwell amidst my joy and pride,
As we moved onward through life's mortal span.
Fate closed life's door, now you are gone from me
Yet, you remain in precious memory.
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