Love Poem about Marriage

Devotion, it is not an emotion it is giving something from your self to the ones that you love each day. When I met my wife I was just 15 years of age, I had all my life in front of me and never realized how fast it would slip away. Now I am 48 years of age with more life behind me than in front of me to live, I now realize how important each day is. I truly pray for all who are in love that you realize how fast life will move, realize what you put off until tomorrow could be lost in the past.

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© Danny Blackburn more by Danny Blackburn

Published on November 2008

Time, If I Had

Time, if I had all the time in the world I would have absolutely nothing
It is not time itself that makes your life worth something

In the time that I have I will be a kinder, gentler and more giving
I will take advantage of all the time I have to show more joy, I will be living

I will take the time that I have to listen more intently
I will respond and speak more wisely and more softly

In the time that I have I will share it with those whom I love
Because I have no idea how much time I have, that is up to God above

In the time that I have I will devote my self to God through Christ
I will respect the word of God because without him I have no life

In the Time that I have I will love and honor my wife in all that I do
I do this out of love, a devoted and never ending love for you

In the time that I have I will share a passion for a blessed and positive life
I will make the time to share my love with my one greatest blessing, my beautiful wife

In the time that we have together I will lift you up in spirit and to God I will pray
That you have health, kindness and love as part of your blessing each and every day

Time is no longer my friend and I know that is true
My wife that is why I want to devote all my time to loving you


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