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It was their night they shone bright as they danced their sweet dance
Two lovers embraced in their world of romance.
They laughed and they cried as their eyes locked in stare
It was their world for this moment as if no one was there.
And their steps they so flawlessly glided in tune,
To a melody that touched everyone in that room.
Their passion brought envy to onlookers there,
Who secretly questioned their own love affair.
But as the night closed and came to an end
The lovers were blind to what lie round the bend.
The house and the cars and the jobs that went bad
The kids drove them crazy and their savings were drab.
So they fought to hold on to the things in their life,
That caused them so much of their pain and their strife.
They fought with each other like enemies do,
And dismissed in their life everything that was true.
So when sickness and hardships and troubles occurred,
Their vows to commit seemed truly absurd.
Their home and their kids would now take a backseat,
For their moral obligation they chose not to meet.
So I Ask …
What happened to that dance they danced so well?
With passion and truth everyone could tell.
What happened to their dance where they held so tight?
What happened to the wonder of their glorious night?
What happened to the words that charmed their ears?
With a passionate rhythm that brought them to tears.
What happened to those vows that poured from their heart?
The “I love you forever and till death do us part”.
For these aren’t just words we borrow for the day,
From another who tells us this is what we must say.
We say them cause it’s what we feel true in our heart,
It’s a God given blessing we commit from the start.
But these words are now lost as they fall on deaf ears,
Since the pain and the struggles they’ve created these years.
So the lesson here learned dear people of odd,
Is that love is so fragile but made strong with our God.
So stop fighting for power and money or need,
For all of this nonsense is only our greed.
Keep God in your life and he’ll walk you through,
When heartache and pain and losses ensue.
For why commit vows in the eyes of our God,
And not call on him when life gets too hard?
For the truth of our vows we are all meant to see,
is that marriage is not, made of two, but of three
If reading these words ring some truth in your heart,
Decide that today you will make a new start.
Go hug your spouse and say something kind
Don’t let the small stuff cloud up your mind.
We’re all just lost souls who are trying to cope
If not there for each other then where is the hope?
You see, the anger, the fight
that in us abide, Is only the insecure child inside.
So rise up above all this fear and this pain,
And see all the beauty that there is to gain.
By trusting in God and his will for you
Together forever he’ll see you both through.
For life is too short for our miserly ways
cheap on our love hence dreading our days.
He made us to love in all that we do
To wake up each morning and start us a new.
So pray for your spouse, ask God to be kind
To the person you prayed in the beginning to find.
They’re still the same person you loved from the start
But life and it’s troubles have hardened their heart.
You vowed that you’d love them in sickness and health
Now is your chance to show God what you felt.
So rise up my friend, don’t say that you’re through
For what if your loving God gave up on you?
THE WIDOW'S DAY
He’d been dead for forty years
But she carried on each day
Got up at eight and dressed
Ate luncheon on a tray
No bride was kissed as well
No groom felt more complete
And one year was their gift
When Fate served them defeat
She should have followed him
But life grabbed her instead
Who is to say what’s better
The living or the dead
Each day as sun drew low
She tossed a glass of wine
Lolled on the white porch swing
And took a dip through time
His shadow found her then
She touched his rugged face
It emphasized the fact
No one would take his place
And though she craved wild nights--
Cold loneliness was cruel--
she lived her life alone
becoming no man's fool.
What in the world is a girl to do?
I hang a towel right there for you!
But, you jump out of the shower dripping wet..
After twenty three years, you still forget :-)
Leave puddles of water, all over the floor
My clean white socks, get wet once more
You wash your hands and I wonder why
I hang a towel there, for you to dry
Apparently, you just flip and shake
From the look of the mirror, when I awake
I swear, I clean it every day
Its reflection, almost rubbed away
To towels, I think you are allergic
Or maybe the concept, just doesn't click
But, just because I said I do
I find myself putting up with you
I can’t help but wonder, about the blunder, of building a one room log cabin,
Where man and wife, lived a private life, ‘til kids became real, not imagined
With no partitions, or new additions, you’d think their sex life would run ashore.
But they both knew, how to make it through, by inventing a thing called the chore.
As each kid did sprout, pa had to go out, and think up a new job for the tot.
He soon realized, that for his farm’s size, there were more tots then jobs to be got.
And the matriarch, made the remark, that inside we plum ran out of space.
So they tried to rid, their house of kids, as fast as were made in the first place.
At last the last lad, made a nice lass glad, got married and had a grand party,
But pa had ma’s hind, right on his mind; they arrived at the party, tardy.
Well all went ok, until the sad day, when the old man’s life ran out of time.
And then poor ma, lost her chutzpah, plus the cabin exceeded its prime.
So ma did call, her last son Paul, asked if he knew what she should do then,
He said oh dear, I just moved here, and that we don’t even have a den.
But son relents, and acts the gent, there is space in one nook of our room.
If you feed cows, and all the sows, cause heck ma, I’ve got a new bride groom.
A small romantic rain poem dedicated to hubby..wrote by Mrs.Madhavi.Suyog.Pagare
"Ohhhh Rain....Shower again!!!!! "
"Showering in the rain..
Draining the pain..
Enflueraging the essence of arenicolous sand..
Feeling blessed porting on this beautiful greenary land..
Trees were roaming under fiercing winds..
Thanks nature for benevolently so kind..
Sip of sizzling coffee With Caramalized sugar..
Cheers hubby to accompany me my gelling agar "
Wanna capture dis Driplets of aromatic water near by lake..
So that i can make icy snowflake..
that's amazing.."but ohhhh god, I wish my honey is here.."
Wrote by Mrs.Madhavi.Suyog.Pagare
Our marriage is a promise from heaven above,
That we are bind with each other forever to love,
A promise not to give up when trials arrived,
A commitment into a journey,our goal to make it last.
For now we are both parents the pressure arise,
But the joy is more abundant for us to don't mind,
For our child is a gift, a treasure, an angel,
The reason that we have this most special bond.
Whenever we are weary and our faith is not enough,
We just prayed to God, to secure our hearts,
For we will keep our promise no mater how hard it seems,
We need to keep going, for our love to keep on surviving.
As we age, i can't guarantee I'll be lovable at all times,
For i know i have my shortcomings, not easy to handle out,
And i have to say i always love you more enough,
At times you are annoying,it is still you that i've been longing.
My love for you has grown stronger through the years,
Giving me more reasons to conquer all of this fears,
Just remember the day that i said " I Do" to you,
It was my heart's promise that i will stand by you.
The thing his wife regretted most:
Not putting poison on his toast.
For Susan’s Regret contest
How do I say goodbye when my heart won't let go?
When he's my whole life, the only thing that I know
Our love was in a realm that could be reached by no other.
There could be no world; it would not exist were we not together
But so many times I’ve held on with faith
Waiting, angry he’s gone but praying he’s okay
After each fight, a “sorry” and “you’re a good wife”
Watching him do it again; slowly sucking away my life
The love I gave, the high I felt, all inspired by him,
Are they all gone? Can I no longer grasp them?
No longer able to fight I now just nod in tears
Only ever wanting him to see my love; for so many years
When the last tears have fallen and I've released that empty sigh,
How do I let go? When there are no more words, how do I say goodbye?
A parallel to Chuck Melugin's "In So Many Tears"
Sun and Earth spinning, universes burning, inwardly yearning
Knowledge and learning, warmness in the darkness turning
Spirit and soul, love kept beside my bed in a bowl
A cold winters night and stove full of coal
To quiet pains and fix the hurts,
Relieve fears before they're made worse
To bring joy and peace, and keep harmony
This is the lot of a wife and mommy
With kindness she subjugates the children yet remains subject to her man
Rearing in wisdom that her daughters might understand...
That to love, heal, forgive, support, and teach in life
This is the role, hence the importance, of a mommy and wife
F. J. Thomas
Do not be insulted by the term “subject to her man;” this does not make him greater.
Every good team has to have a head coach for when there is a final call that needs to be made; but a good head coach always remembers the value of the other coaches input.
And they respect him for that ;)