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Door to a life

Built to suit, a perfect fit
a joining squared and plumb 
This and all the more we seek
for life's perfect companion

And then it dawned upon my mind
to compare a little while
how wood be whittled and pieces of metal
are crafted into function with style

The strongest piece of joinery is not the grade of wood
But rather the one that's fashioned together
Two pieces "made one" that would
support and strengthen the other for better

And share in the load that they bare
Welded and melded so perfectly fit
in the joy and the burdens they share
It's a marriage of the perfectly knit

Similarities of strength or texture
the details that make us what we are
mixtures of colors blended together
best and better to be joined than apart

People like tools and the carpenters bench
sawdust floating round the air
Building and tearing and building again
the proofs in the tool called a square

For all the angles, fractions and lines
blades that break and nail curling signs
You can see the heart worth investing
in patience for the course of time

The perfect fit is not a trip
of hope so's, maybe's and try's
It's seeing the plan and knowing you can
It's holding it all in your hands

If your lucky enough to ever find
that perfect companion to share a life
fashioned and squared head to hind
beholding finally for that which you strived

Oh the pride, what it must be like
Like building the very door to your life
The one through which you'll come and go
from now till the end of your life

(For my bestie T-bird on your wedding day- under the arbor made of doors I made for your alter. How dearly I love you) 


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