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My Husbands Poem!

You are a part of me!
As I am of you!
Rather the day is light or past nine.
Previous events have allowed our bases(s) to shine.
Which bind us as one, no room for other(s) or things to push through.

My hope; in due course you find these words!
For a spell of your own!
I can see, hear a smile, those....
Damn dimples taking up space!
How you say?
On my handsome husbands face!
Because we where miles apart.
Quietly, diligently we became friends with a start.
So you ponder/wonder of two separate elements.
The process began while you fought sleep & a blasted laptop.
Just as those brown often hazel, head turning eyes, then did I turn to pen and paper.
Now read carefully a meaningful poem surfaced roughly one or two hours later.

About this poem

This poem was written for my husband as a starter beginning August.14, 2021 with the finishing touches on August.15, 2021 to boot. Was I nervous? Yes but it was worth it. He is an absolute part of my life. This means to me as he does. Because (to my recall) haven't written a poem for anyone before. To say the least he did cry! The best summary would be a description of the man I love, look forward to sharing many more years with. Do not get it messed up-we may or may not have words. While each of us is aware we go through & deal as a unit. As each others calm and peace. 

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Written on August 14, 2017

Submitted by CrysIsALady82 on August 01, 2021

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Quick analysis:

Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 717
Words 137
Stanzas 2
Stanza Lengths 5, 12

Crystal Ford-Nelson

Hello; to all fellow poets my name is Crystal am 39 years old happily married. My home town, state is Camden Tennessee. I currently live in Fishkill New York. Yes a long way from home. The pursuant journey of poetry began after the passing of my late mother. As she herself was only 33, myself 10. During that timeframe afterwards (more so) than many was not in a good spot. Therefore in middle school an outlet came about. Therefore giving the opportunity to try a hand with short stories. Yet as time went by initially developed a love for mixing words, a touching texture. more…

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