Husband Death Poems

Husband Death Poems

Loss of Husband Poems

Husbands are, for many wives, their source of comfort, love, joy, and companionship. Many wives consider their husband to be their confidant and best friend. To lose the man they have relied on for so long can be utterly devastating. For those who have not experienced the loss of a husband, it is impossible to understand the depth of the pain a wife feels. It is a pain so deep, the human mind only comes to accept the harsh reality gradually. Widows and her supportive friends and family can honor their loved one by recounting a kind gesture or amusing stories involving him.

32 Poems Paying Tribute to the Passing of Husbands

  1. 1. Missing You

    My husband passed away in 2005. Everyone thinks that I am strong and have moved on. I am still grieving, but no one wants to listen. No one wants to hear that. "Adequate time has passed," they say. What is adequate time? I was left with a 5 year old son, so I had to continue on, but I still feel so depressed and alone at times. My son is now my life. He is what gives me any semblance of what is supposed to be "strong."

    Grief And Loneliness After Losing A Spouse

    I sit alone now in the darkness of despair.
    I cry my silent tears.
    My heart is broken into a million tiny pieces.
    The silence is deafening to my ears.
    The darkness frightens me.
    The shadows climb the wall.
    I hear footsteps walking,
    Passing through the hall.
    The loneliness surrounds me;
    It takes my breath away.
    This is the pattern of my life
    Since that awful, dreadful day.
    Without a clue,
    Without a hint
    Of what was yet to be,
    God called you home
    To be with him
    And took you away from me.
    I walk, I talk. I carry on
    When the sun pokes out its head,
    But when darkness falls
    And evening comes,
    I cannot go to bed.
    For this is when I miss you most of all.
    When I curl into a little ball
    And cry those silent tears.
    Watching the shadows
    And missing you.

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  3. 2. Time Does Not Bring Relief (Sonnet II)

    Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892-1950) was considered one of the most skillful writers of sonnets during the 1900s. This poem is a Petrarchan sonnet that follows the rhyme scheme ABBA ABBA CDEECD. She writes of the pain experienced from the death of a loved one. Everything reminds her of him, and the passing of time does not ease the immense hurt she is experiencing, even though people said it would. Anyone who has lost someone they’ve loved will be able to relate to the raw emotion in this poem.

    Time does not bring relief; you all have lied
    Who told me time would ease me of my pain!
    I miss him in the weeping of the rain;
    I want him at the shrinking of the tide;
    The old snows melt from every mountain-side,
    And last year’s leaves are smoke in every lane;
    But last year’s bitter loving must remain
    Heaped on my heart, and my old thoughts abide.
    There are a hundred places where I fear
    To go,—so with his memory they brim.
    And entering with relief some quiet place
    Where never fell his foot or shone his face
    I say, “There is no memory of him here!”
    And so stand stricken, so remembering him.

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  5. 3. My Lost Love

    • By Anne Spiller
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems February 2010

    To my darling husband who died in March 2008. This poem has helped me to express my feelings to all who are going through the same situation as me.

    Mourning A Spouse's Death Poem

    I have only just lost you; the pain is hard to bear.
    Do I have to go through life knowing you're not there?
    Please, someone explain to me why he had to go.
    Are there any reasons, I really need to know?
    I sit here and remember all the lovely times we shared,
    the talks, the laughter, of everyone you cared.
    I am told the pain will ease in time
    and I will think of him without a tear,
    but that will be impossible as I need to have him here.
    He was my very world, my ever-guiding star.
    Just kiss me softly on the cheek and tell me where you are.

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  6. 4. I Am Not That Strong

    • By Rose Carroll
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems August 2008

    For my darling husband, Mike, who lost the battle fighting cancer.

    Letter To Dead Husband

    My Dearest Darling,

    I am not as strong as I thought I was.
    Since you have been gone,
    I sit and cry all night long
    From dusk to dawn.

    Another day comes, and once again
    I have to pretend that I am strong.
    As soon as the day is over
    I can go home and quit pretending that
    I am strong.

    I sit and cry all night long,
    My Dearest Darling, because
    You are gone, and now that I am home,
    I don't have to pretend to be strong!

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  7. 5. Stillness

    In 1970, I moved to Milwaukee to finish my undergraduate work. Coming from a small city, I was lost in the vastness of big city life. I knew virtually no one and by chance heard on the radio about a dating service. With hesitancy, I signed up. After having gone out with various gentlemen, on a particular first date a night in September 1971, Cupid struck. The minute I laid eyes on Jim, I knew I would marry him. On September. 1, 2018, after 46 years of marriage, I lost the love of my life.

    Searching For You Now That You're Gone

    Eternal lights flicker
    In a distant sky.
    Where have you gone;
    Why did you die?

    When I first saw you,
    You stole my heart,
    And until this awful day,
    We have never been apart.

    I look to the heavens,
    Hoping to see you anew.
    Where have you gone?
    I'm searching for you.

    My painful cries
    Fill the dark of night.
    I need your arms
    To hold me tight.

    Where have you gone?
    Show me the place
    So I can once again see
    The smile on your face.

    We met life's challenges
    And somehow made it through.
    But how do I do it
    Alone without you?

    I know you are in my heart,
    But I long to see your face.
    Memories of yesterday
    Leave only a trace.

    There's emptiness now
    That nothing can fill.
    I so need to find you
    So I, too, can be still.

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  8. 6. 'Til Death Do Us Part

    • By Alex
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems October 2018

    I am a 21-year-old woman training to be a teacher. I have experienced quite a few deaths of friends and family and have seen how this can affect people.

    When life seems a blur,
    And I can't quite believe
    That I'm living without you
    And you were taken from me,

    I sit back and think
    Of the memories we shared,
    All the laughs that you gave me
    And the times that you cared.

    'Til death do us part.
    That's true in our case.
    I miss you so much,
    Your voice and your face.

    Time is a healer.
    I can't say that it's true,
    But life does go on,
    Which means without you.

    When it all gets too much
    And I wish you were here,
    I feel thankful that I met you,
    And I hold you close, my dear.

    'Til death do us part.
    That's true in our case.
    I miss you so much,
    Your voice and your face.

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  9. 7. I'll Be Missing You

    Missing my husband and all the memories shared and the togetherness. Sometimes I wonder if a person really gets over the missing of a loved one.

    Widow Missing Husband

    They say that time will heal all wounds.
    I know that could be true.
    It's the lonely in-between times
    That I start missing you.

    Every time you cross my mind,
    I think you're here with me.
    Then I sadly realize
    That it could never be.

    But then I just can't help but see
    Your memories everywhere:
    Your coffee cup, your old worn hat,
    And there sits your empty chair.

    Then I'll just be thinking of
    The places we would go,
    The people we would meet,
    And see a person we both know.

    Then I look around and see
    A gift you've given me,
    Our picture in its frame,
    And your favorite program on TV.

    Then I start remembering
    Some place we had to be
    And the things we used to do.
    Then I start missing you.

    Then sometimes out of nowhere
    Your smiling face I see.
    I feel your hand inside of mine.
    Then it seems you're here with me.

    And then some days it feels
    So long we've been apart,
    But neither time nor distance
    Will erase you from my heart.

    Then I begin to realize,
    And it makes me sad and blue,
    That many days and nights
    I'll be missing you.

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  10. 8. Now That You're Gone

    • By Roselyn Dj. Sarmiento
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems August 2017

    I was able to create this poem two months after my husband died. It was an unexpected parting. We got married in 2004. On March 21, 2008 (it was Holy Friday), he passed away. I was left unprepared. He died peacefully in his sleep. Our only daughter, Danielle Rose, was two years old then. He was 36 and I was 35 at the time. I thought I've outgrown the hurt, but looking at his photographs still brings tears to my eyes.

    You're gone, and all that's left is nothing but memories,
    Memories that lead me to silence and tears.
    I miss your arms that hold me tight,
    Your snore that fills our room at night.

    You're gone, and I can no longer stare at you as you sleep,
    But thank God he lets me see you as I weep.
    In dreams we talk and laugh together.
    There I can say I love you more than ever.

    You're gone, and I feel so weary when I'm alone.
    Wish you were here and would come back home.
    I'm hurting and longing for your touch.
    Why does parting have to hurt this much?

    You're gone forever, and we are now apart.
    I'm filled with pain that breaks my heart.
    You used to playfully sneak behind the door.
    Those lovely eyes I see no more.

    You're gone, and I terribly miss your voice,
    Your laughter that fills the house with noise.
    Your absence makes me feel so blue.
    My life is empty without you.

    You're gone, but I know I shouldn't be so awful,
    For you left me a treasure to cherish and to nurture.
    Our precious little angel; she's all that I've got,
    A constant reminder that once I had your love.

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  11. 9. Moving Forward

    I lost my husband to cancer when I was 28 and he was 31. This poem was written almost 3 years after he passed. I had been struggling with moving forward and had been asked out on a date. I wrote this when I realized it was okay. I never did go out on that date, but I have dated since then, and it is still hard. I love my husband with everything in me and I always will, but I also know that I am capable of loving again. I just have to allow myself.

    Poem About Moving On After Husband's Death

    I woke up this morning
    And reached over for you.
    You weren't there, I remembered.
    Now what will I do?

    As I remembered the events,
    I started to cry.
    I lift my eyes upward
    And scream to the sky.

    Why did you take him?
    What did we do wrong?
    We were finally making it.
    We had tried for so long.

    As I lay there and think,
    I remember the times we had.
    The memories flow.
    I'm no longer as sad.

    A warm feeling spreads through,
    Like sun on my face.
    I feel light in body,
    Like I'm floating in space.

    I lay there and wonder,
    What could the warmth be?
    Not something I can touch
    And surely not able to see.

    I picture his hand on mine.
    Warmth spreads to my fingers.
    I smile and laugh some.
    The feeling still lingers.

    The warmth is him
    Letting me know
    Everything will be okay.
    I am never alone.

    On those cold winter nights
    When I long for his touch,
    When I feel so desperate,
    I haven't wanted anything so much.

    He will be there to lift me up,
    To show me I still have his love.
    I still have the memories
    We always spoke of.

    As our children grow and learn,
    They accomplish new things.
    I can feel his joy.
    Oh, the warmth that it brings.

    My memories are great,
    But his touch is better.
    When I can't feel it,
    I just write him a letter.

    For I know he is watching.
    He's helping me learn.
    How to live in the world alone
    And for him not yearn.

    I have felt his touch less
    Over the last several days.
    I have met someone who
    Is like him in many ways.

    He will always be with me;
    This I've come to believe,
    But now I have found someone,
    A new love to receive.

    I look to the skies
    And raise my voice.
    Is it okay, I ask,
    And hear a joyful noise.

    I feel the warmth on my skin
    And know that he is near.
    Not just on the outside
    But from somewhere within.

    He's telling me it's okay
    To move on with my life
    And not to let it create
    Any emotional strife.

    So, now when I think,
    The memories are clear;
    They don't hurt anymore
    Because I know he is near.

    He is in my heart.
    In our daughter, our son,
    We weren't separated;
    Our souls are still one.

    I place a letter to him
    On the stone with his name,
    Telling him I'm okay,
    That here he must remain.

    As I walk to the car,
    An eagle flies overhead.
    He tips his wings as if to say
    I'm still alive, I am not dead.

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  12. 10. Where Are You?

    • By Grace A. Mandry
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems January 2017

    I was married to my wonderful husband for 46 years - it wasn't enough! My husband loved classic cars and spent lots of his leisure time working on them. We had two wonderful sons. The last ten years were difficult. His health took a downward spiral. He had over 15 bladder cancer operations and many other health challenges, but his concerns were always for his family. He was amazing! I am so lost without him. Despite the title of my poem, I know where he is - in heaven!!

    Why has He taken you from me?
    Torn from my side, where you should be.
    Forty-six years we lived as one
    To stand stronger than we had begun.

    You're deep within my heart each day,
    The love I crave each time I pray,
    The arms I need to hold me tight,
    To rid each wrong and make it right.

    Your valor was beyond the norm.
    You weathered each and every storm.
    Whatever challenges you faced,
    You conquered with courage and grace.

    Unlike you, I'm not self-assured.
    Whatever strength I showed was yours.
    You held my hands and quelled my fears.
    You helped me smile and dried my tears.

    Where are you? Are you very near?
    Are you so close that you can hear
    My voice pleading for one more day,
    Just one, before you're lured away?

    They say that time will ease the pain,
    Yet days fly by and grief remains.
    I miss you! Do you miss me, too?
    Are you happy, Love? Oh, where are you?

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  13. 11. A Wife's Grief

    On Boxing Day 2018, my husband died of bladder cancer. It gives me much pain to look back at his enormous suffering and untimely death, since by the time doctors realized he had cancer, it had already spread. We had been together for 31 years. I miss him so much. Instead of remembering those wonderful moments in our life, I kept seeing the deep sorrow displayed by my husband's eyes on his final days. I wrote this poem to cope with the grief of living without him.

    Coping With Grief After Losing A Husband

    If death is nothing at all,
    We will be enjoying summer and fall;
    We shall talk and laugh as we have always done,
    Instead of waiting for my time to come.

    If you are in a better place,
    With blue sky and beautiful lake,
    You would be the brightest star after a thunder,
    Instead of laid to rest six feet under.

    If time will ease my pain,
    I should have no tear when I hear your name;
    My heart is still in a million pieces,
    Instead of strolling down memory lane.

    If only you can come back for one more day,
    I long to see your smile and handsome face;
    Please fill the house with your humor and laughter,
    Instead of leaving me to survive in this empty gutter.

    Now I know how short-lived happiness could be.
    I miss the days you belonged to me;
    Cherished memories of our love keeps you near.
    The courage you instilled in me chases away my fear.

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  14. 12. Nevermore

    • By Cindi
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems August 2010

    I wrote this poem to my beloved husband whom I lost not too long ago. Our life together got cut way too short and he was the one true love of my life. This I dedicate to you my one and only Sweets.

    Poem to Passed Away Husband

    will I see your smiling face,
    will I feel your strong firm embrace.
    will I wish upon the starry skies,
    will I gaze into your loving eyes.
    will I feel your warm lips upon mine,
    will my eyes sparkle and shine.
    the streets your feet will roam,
    Because Our Lord and Savior decided to take you Home.

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  15. 13. With You Again

    • By Jan
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 2017

    My husband died in August 2010 of pancreatic cancer. It was 5 weeks from his diagnosis to his death, and the shock was horrendous. I have never felt so alone and empty. I cannot see a future in front of me. I want so badly to talk about him, but people avoid this, and I have to pretend not to mind. I wish people would understand that talking keeps them alive and is important. I pretend to be strong for the sake of my children, but when I get in from work, my world collapses and so do I!

    Terrible Emptiness After Loss Of Husband

    Fifteen years of happiness just wasn't enough time
    To show the world that you were mine.
    There are no words to express how sad I feel,
    How lost I am without you; it does not feel real.

    The day you left, no words did you speak.
    I held you in my arms and the words, they were mine.
    I hope you heard me because you were weak.
    No one can answer, but I will find out in time.

    Married to you I will always be.
    Memories we made will stay with me.
    Warm in the feeling that you're still around,
    Knowing one day all will be found.

    Come to me, darling, in all of my dreams
    So I can see you again with my eyes.
    Whisper sweet nothings while I'm asleep,
    More loving memories that I can keep.

    Wait for me, sweetheart, while my life drifts on by.
    Sure in the knowledge that one day I'll fly
    Back to your arms that will be waiting for me,
    Back to your heart where I've wanted to be.

    Rest assured, babe, my heart is all yours.
    No one could ever replace what I've lost.
    Safe in my heart you will always stay
    Until my last breath, until my last day.

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  16. 14. To Fill Her Heart With Hope

    I wrote this poem for my wonderful mum who felt so very alone when my dad passed away. I wrote it to fill her heart with some sort of hope.

    She got up this morning,
    sun shining through the blind.
    She took a look in the mirror,
    and something crossed her mind.

    You weren't there to see her wake.
    She didn't see your smile,
    for when she does, she feels like
    her days are all worthwhile.

    She went into work today,
    kids running through the halls.
    She looked at plans for tomorrow
    and is sad when nobody calls.

    She got in her car to go home today.
    On the radio she heard a song;
    it reminded her of you
    and how hurtful it is you're gone.

    She went out with a friend tonight,
    smiled and wore a brave face,
    for all she really wants in life
    is to have you in this place.

    She gets a daunting feeling,
    one that won't disappear.
    What's the point in all of this?
    What's the point when you're not here?

    She went to sleep that night,
    tried to prepare for the days ahead.
    If she looks real careful,
    you're there on your side of the bed.

    Stroke her hair and tell her
    that no matter what life throws,
    you have a love like no other;
    in death it continues to grow.

    She got up this morning,
    sun shining through the blind.
    She took a look in the mirror,
    and something crossed her mind.

    You WERE there to see her wake,
    and she could see your smile,
    and when she did, she realized
    you're only absent for a while.

    She closes her eyes and in the dark,
    she knows she'll see you again.
    The only thing that troubles her
    is not being able to say when.

    For now, she must be patient,
    and one day her time will come,
    and you'll be there to take her hand
    and safely guide her home.

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  17. 15. Love Forever Lost

    I wrote this poem a month after my husband Roberto died on February 1, 2004, it is only now that I can look at it without feeling immense pain and want to share it with others who may have had the same lost. Time, it takes time.

    Time, It Takes Time

    Like A ghost I flitter through the night,
    keeping to the shadows and abhorring the light.

    The night camouflages and no one can see
    the shadow of the person that once was me.

    The days lays me bare with nowhere to hide,
    this raw pain that I feel inside,

    You are no longer of this world,
    you inhabit a place of no return,
    no matter the tears or how much I yearn.

    All I have left is your memories,
    cherish it I will do,
    but I would give everything I have for one more day with you.

    So I will continue on living until the day
    you come for me and take me away.

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  18. 16. Our Love Is Forever

    • By Ron Robins
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 24, 2021

    I wrote this for a good friend who lost her husband. The love she had and the loss she felt was plain to see in her grieving eyes. I wanted to help vocalize what I thought she might be feeling. This is for you, Syble.

    The Empty Loneliness Of Losing Your Soulmate

    Mornings in the summer
    Autumn's evening mist
    Snowflakes on my window
    Solitude exists

    Our love is forever
    Even though you're gone
    Loneliness surrounds me
    Memories linger on

    Darling, I miss you
    And wish that you were near
    This old house, it seems so empty
    Now that you're not here

    Enchanted by your sly smile
    Warmed by your embrace
    Quieted by your wisdom
    Lifted by your grace

    Your gentle touch, my lover
    The passion in your eyes
    There will never be another
    Until the day I die

    Darling, I miss you
    And wish that you were near
    This old house, it seems so empty
    Now that you're not here
    Oh Darling, now that you're not here

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  19. 17. Live Our Dreams

    • By Nicolene Jansen Van Vuuren
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2011

    This poem is for a friend who lost her husband. I think you are a very strong woman!

    Message From Husband From Heaven

    Staring at the little dots in the sky
    Wondering which one is you
    Asking the same question, why?
    Only answer I know is that you knew.
    Sitting by the window, watching the rain fall
    Never felt so cold.
    Remembered the last story you told.

    Hold on and be strong
    Live you're life, do your things
    For it's in heaven I belong
    Go on and live your dreams

    In a song I still hear you
    In a flower I still see you
    But your bed space is empty
    It's just your memory that comforts me.
    Missing you is a rollercoaster ride
    Emotions up and down
    Always wishing you are by my side

    But I'll hold on and I'll be strong
    Will live my life, do my things
    And promise to live our dreams.

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  20. 18. Is Anybody Listening?

    • By Lisa Miller
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 2008

    I wrote this poem about nine months ago, after my husband passed away. We had difficulties during our lives together, but I loved him more than myself! It was my way of asking others to see that I needed help to put to rest all the bad stuff from years gone by so that I could learn to let him go and he can rest peacefully.

    After Death Of Husband Poem

    Alone with the raging in my soul,
    I know not where to turn.
    I have opened up to some,
    But this raging makes me burn.

    My heart and soul are screaming,
    But I try to hold it in,
    For, they make me feel I'm wrong,
    That my hurt is like a sin.

    I am fighting for a way,
    To be not weak and small.
    But my pain is not subsiding,
    Please someone hear my call!

    I've done what they have asked,
    Tried going down their path.
    But they know not why I'm hurting,
    They haven't felt the wrath.

    I look to them sincerely,
    I TRY to help them SEE,
    But, they just don't understand it,
    So they choose to leave me be.

    I long to just be normal,
    Then maybe they'll accept,
    The reasons why I need them,
    The reason why I've wept.

    The demons they hold strong,
    As, they've broken my life down.
    Are they afraid of these monsters?
    Is that why they seem to frown?

    I'm afraid to admit,
    The help that I need.
    I don't want them to know,
    That in my pai I BLEED.

    I have learned how to live
    With many kinds of pain,
    But, I will never let,
    My husband die in vain.

    Because he was unkind,
    So many years before,
    I think his death, they want me,
    To move on and IGNORE.

    Tyrone can you hear me?
    Can you please let them know,
    That special part of you
    That I just can't let go?

    Is anybody listening?
    Does anybody SEE?
    Help me put to rest, my Ty,
    Please help to set me free!

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  21. 19. A Love That's Forever

    • By Tarenn
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 2018

    I am 22. My husband was 25 when he died very unexpectedly. It literally took my breath away, and I have felt lost ever since. We would always tell one another, "I love you till the casket closes," but once he passed, I realized the literal meaning behind those words. Though I feel that I have been going through the motions, I have now turned to writing, one thing that has never failed me.

    Losing My Husband

    I love you.
    I love you too, until the casket closes.
    But when your casket closes,
    Where should my love then go?

    We started with young love,
    Amazed at how far that went.
    I valued the time we had,
    The good and bad moments spent.

    Weathered through the storms,
    Beat all kinds of odds.
    I promise to keep your love with me,
    Even when your spirit sits with God.

    I love you forever,
    A promise we both made.
    Now that you're gone and I'm here,
    I'll keep your love for the rest of my days.

    Forever is forever,
    Even if I'm here alone.
    Your love reigns in my heart,
    Even though you're really gone.

    I love you.

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  22. 20. Kisses On The Wind

    • By Valerie I. Petroff
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 3, 2021

    My husband passed away in 2011. This was written in honor of his memory.

    I Miss You More Every Day

    Time heals all wounds they say,
    but I have one that never goes away.
    The loss of you has left a spot
    deep in my heart that time forgot.
    I miss you more with every day.
    Sometime we will be back together, I pray.
    I try to remember the good times spent,
    just to remember the hell you went though.
    I remember every word, touch and kiss,
    and it's those my heart continues to miss.
    I know you're watching me from above,
    'cause my heart swells with your love,
    So my dear, till we meet again,
    Feel my kisses on the wind.

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