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Husband April Poems | Husband Poems About April

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Brilliant Month Of April

Upon the stand at the entrance of our home I find a new vase.
Beside it a box full of yellow and red Daisies laying upon a bed 
of Sweet peas.
As I look for the card there amongst the flowers I find a little
maroon box.
I open the box to find yet another brilliant diamond which I may
have set into a ring, pendant, or another jewelry piece.
My present from my hubby of my birthstone and flowers to
celebrate my birth on April 7th each year.
All come together with the card that reads "I love you more each year"
Your hubby Don



For the ~Flowers Or Stones" contest of Tracie ~*~ Indigo Dreamweaver
Written by: Carol Brown 01/18/2012
7th Place Winner

Copyright © Carol Sunshine Brown | Year Posted 2012

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Thoughts of April

No clouds in sight
Yet no clear days yet
Believe in what’s right 
Which means loving you from the day we met

I feel the sun
Warmth I can’t explain
Only one other place, bar none
Where I can feel the same

The light you shine
Heals my wounds
From the worlds filth and grime
In the dark, you’re my moon

The gift you’ve given me
To live out my journey 
Guidance, strength, and love is key
For hopes, dreams, and wishes I see

 
Freedom with your heart
I’ve never wished for more
Never want to ever part
For my love for you is deep into my core
04/04/08
A.B.

Copyright © Amber Boillot | Year Posted 2008

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Black and white 3

Black eyes
White teeth.
Fine skin
My love 
He keeps
With words
So sweet.
His heart
He gives
With ease
To me.
His love
Is mine
And mine
Is his.
I hope
To meet
His folks
This spring
And set
A date
To take 
His ring
And then
Be his.

Copyright © yinlaifa edolo | Year Posted 2016