Mark Farentino

Rookie (January 9,1978 / Washington, DC)

The Sun And The Moon - Poem by Mark Farentino

You’ll be my sunshine to brighten up my room, and I’ll be your moon to take away your night times gloom. Our children will be the stars that shine so bright, and together we will love strong each other with all of our might. The family will be classified only by what saith the Lord, and because I am the man submitted under Christ I will honor you with his sword. I will be there for you as you shine so bright for me, and each day when the sunsets your love will still be all that I see.

Because I am the moon I need your brightness everyday, it is your strength that I need to illuminate my way. Without you I can not survive there is not another who can fill your space, so stay right here with me and be the sunshine warming up the place.

I want you to understand that there is not a mountain for you that I would not climb, that there is no demon in hell that I won’t stand against with my God given authority and bind. I will live for God first, with you as my beauty queen on the earth, and I will keep you covered in royal prayer asking God to never let you get hurt. Romance will be our path everyday of the year, you will know in my heart I have a sincere love for you that always cares. Sweetheart to me you are more precious than a diamond in a ring, your voice just calling my name sounds like the angels in heaven when they give glory and sing. Your smile is lovely it is like the sunshine that brightens up my room, so I’ll stay right here by your side and be the full moon taking away the night times gloom

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  • Prince Obed de la Cruz (12/11/2009 9:28:00 AM)

    very nice write! ................. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 11, 2009

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