We Don't Argue
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Rhyming stanzas made up of two lines. A pair of lines of a verse that form a unit. Some couplets rhyme aa, but this is not a requirement.
Right from the very start,
your charm cast a spell on my heart.
And every day, I'd walk a mile
to see you smile.
We share but one soul,
and yet, we are whole.
I love you so much
that I quiver at your touch.
You're the reason songbirds sing,
you're my everything.
You cry when I hurt
and laugh when I flirt.
There's nothing I'd rather do
than spend my life with you.
My angel, my lover, my friend,
I don't want this feeling ever to end.
We play games but keep no scores,
I let you win mine, and you let me win yours.
You're like a puppy or a favorite toy,
a constant source of joy.
There is no you or I, only us,
and we don't argue; we discuss.
You are the yin to my yang,
part Clydesdale, and part mustang.
Copyright © Emile Pinet | Year Posted 2020
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