Jim O'Donnell

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Thirty One Years - Poem by Jim O'Donnell

Thirty-one years seems a long time
But not in this life of mine
Thirty-one years that’s how long it’s been
Since I married the girl of my dreams

Thirty-one years she gave me daughter and son
And I’m proud to this day of each one
Thirty-one years a pal a friend
And a love that will last to the end

Thirty-one years of love and care
What more can I want she will always be there
Spilling out her heart of gold
But firm with words as I well know

Liz thanks for being
My loving wife and I will love you all my life
Thirty-one years is not a long time
When you live with this angel wife of mine

The eighteenth of August was the date
A crowd all gathered and I felt great
The year was 1979
When we walked down the isle hands entwined


18 8 2010
Chellaston


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 17, 2010



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