Uncondtional Love - Poem by marty henry
Author: Marty Henry
You say your getting heavier than before.
A larger dress size from the store.
I see the tears as you look in the mirror.
As a husband I try to say the right things.
My vows of love, you are still my everything.
For better or worse in believing this is true.
What if we had a car accident, a scar or two?
A disfigured face. A loss of a limb.
I'll still be here from beginning to end.
Some people may judge us in many ways.
Need not to worry what that scale may say.
I don't need a Brittany, nor Shania Twain.
I thank GOD for you. YOU ARE MY EVERYTHING.
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