letter to Ann

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its a poem i wrote when feeling down about the loss off my dear wife Ann and how sometimes the feeling of despair takes me over

Submitted: September 26, 2013

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A poem for my wife
written by her husband Martin

along the beach on a moonlite night, 
i think of moments both recent and past,
i think of all my family and friends,
but most i think of my wife called Ann,
her plesant smile and thoughtfull stare,
o and to hold her lite brown hair,
so many things go true my mind, 
as the stars all glistine 
on the waves that shine
my body half empty my mind is so full,
i long to be with you i would if i could,
with me being here and you being there,
life is so be terrible it so very unfair.
but the world will remember that woman so true,
her name was Ann brogan o reilly when she said i do.
i turn back for home the dog at my side, for i know you are waiting 
my beautiful bride
So my god if your listing please don t be annoyed
it come from a hearth that is broken inside.
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