Louis V. Ledoux


The Gift - Poem by Louis V. Ledoux

Let others give you wealth and love,
   And guard you while you live;
I cannot set my gift above
   The gifts that others give.

And yet the gift I give is good:
   In one man's eyes to see
The worship of your maidenhood
   While children climb your knee.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 4, 2003



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