Wife Poem

More Love To Give

The story behind this poem is true and a blessing, that is my wife of 30 years. We met in 1975. I was in the back seat of a car with her brother and 2 other friends headed to a football game. She turned around and I saw her; she was beautiful and I thought, "Not me, she would never go for me." Three to four weeks later we met again, and on the next evening, November 12th, 1975, we kissed for the first time. I was 15 and she was 13, I started falling in love that night and we have been together pretty much every since.

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OMG, this is such an awesome poem. Danny Blackman you must really love your wife... she should be happy that she has you in her life...

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My First Love

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Published: September 2008

Pammy, you are my first love, the one that I still love today.
You are still just as beautiful, and I have learned to love you in so many different ways.

I love you for your caring, kind and gentle ways.
I love you for your beauty, which only gets better with each passing day.

I love you for your kiss, your touch and your loving ways.
I loved yesterday, today and will tomorrow. I promise my love is here to stay.

I love you because you saved and gave yourself to me.
I love and respect you, that I hope that you see.

I want you to know that I truly respect you for that act of love.
I remember well the first time that we made love, you are a gift from God above.

Yesterdays are the past, today is to be lived.
I loved you yesterday and today, tomorrow I will have more love to give.

Your devotion was never wavering, your love is oh so true.
I give my soul to God, and my heart I give to you.

I fell for you the first time we kissed.
Every minute that we are apart, please know that you are missed.

Pammy, my love for you is pure and true.
There is no other girl for me, for I can love only you.

You are my love, my joy, my life, my breath, the beating of my heart
Please know that I love you, long for you, and it kills me when we are apart.

I promise to give you all I have, my love for you is endless, yours for our lifetime and eternity.
I promise to love, honor, cherish, hold, protect, and devote myself to thee.

Pammy, you are my first love, my true love, the love that I promise to protect and to give all to.
I thank God for the privilege of loving you.

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OMG, this is such an awesome poem.
Danny Blackman you must really love your wife...
she should be happy that she has you in her life...

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