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I Will Always Love You, My Husband

Poetry By: Nikkibeth
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I wrote this poem right after me and my husband got married for his birthday


Submitted:Sep 15, 2012    Reads: 818    Comments: 10    Likes: 1   


I love the way you look at me.

My heart beats in my chest like it's going to come out.

My throat goes dry.

My lips are pounding for a kiss.

My skin aches for your loving touch.

My body thursts for your love.

We met and we knew it was right.

I knew you were the one.

The way you touched me made me go wild.

I still remember our first kiss.

I remember the first time we making love.

I remember looking into your eyes when you told me you loved me.

I remember the day you told me you want to marry me.

I cried, and I cried, but it was happiness.

You wanted me to be your wife.

I wanted you to be my husband.

We are meant to be together.

We got married eleven months later.

July 31, 2009 at 1:16pm to be exact.

I tried not to cry, I wanted to smile more than to cry.

You smiled the whole time, and I smiled back.

Now I am yours forever.

You are mine forever and always.

You love me when I look good.

You love me when I look god awful!

I can wear a potato sack and you will still love me.

You can wear a potato sack and I will always love you.

I love you, Clayton D. Conners/

Happy Birthday Baby!

We may have our fights,

but you know baby, we always make up and love each other at the end!

*I was listening to Journey's Faithfully when I typed this so it fits perfect!*





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