Sweet Love Poem

Hello, I am a single mother of two beautiful teenage girls. I have found my true love in Australia and am about to embark on my journey. I am a teacher who will be teaching at an International School in Brisbane. I have found my twin flame, my eternal love. This poem is dedicated to him. Thank you for taking the time to read.

Treasures We Own

© Stacey Smith
When my hand is wrinkled so,
it's you that I will still want you know.
As my hair turns silver and gray
remember me as I was yesterday.
My long red hair blowing in the breeze,
we loved each other with ease.
Now in the park your hand I hold,
you keep me warm as it turns cold.
We sit on a bench and feed the birds,
not a single word needs to be heard.
Remembrances of years gone by,
we both smile...we both sigh.
Remembering our first glance,
and for hours how we danced.
The flowers you gave to me for no reason,
and the little things you did every season,
made me a believer in true love.
The kind that's been blessed from above.
Our children have grown and left our home,
all those memories we now own.
A treasure of love is between two hearts,
nothing has ever torn them apart.
Our love has stood the test of time,
we are still together our souls entwined.
Until the day we shall pass from here,
eternally we are one soul my dear.

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Published: May 2012

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