I Still Do
When God saw a universe filled with darkness and void, He said, "Let there be light". In essence, when we first met, I saw the light in you and said, "Let
there be a conversation".
Two years later, the two of us stood at the altar of our church and said, "I do". We may not have known a lot about marriage nor the deep meaning of, "Let the two become one", but we knew that we were forsaking all others for the sake of each other. We vowed to be together for better or for worse, hoping the worse would not be so bad.
Long before we said "I do", we had a long engagement with plenty of time to say, "I don't". I meant it back in '72 when I said, "I do", and "I Still do". When I come to the end of my life, I want to be able to say, "I did".
06092011; Posted to PS 02112018; Contest, Romantic Poem, Silent One; 3P
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