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Earrings

Blue gems dangle From sterling silver stems Gently nestled in the box next to the matching bangle He kissed his gift to her with wishes and whims She ripped open the wrapping on Christmas day And has wore the jewelry ever since, come what may Black parades have passed her by Tears have fallen from their eyes and the sky Struggled or snuggled close at arms length slightly She hugs him tightly He is lost in her embrace And reciporcates, He loves her with God's Grace White gown sealed in a freshlock bag Gold band on her hand, somethings do not sag Wrinkling with time Their love is still unblemished, a perfect rhyme Fingers entwined they walk into the light of eternity And living with peircing serenity

Copyright © | Year Posted 2009




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