louis rams

Rookie - 619 Points (09/13/1943 / new york city)

**************Another Chance ********************6/14/06


6/14/06

I thank the stars up above for another chance
With the one I love.
I know the hurt will take time to go away
But for now you’re here to stay.
We was finally able to sit and talk
We didn’t fight and didn’t balk.

We talked like two young lovers
Holding on to one another.
You only know of your loved ones life
From the time you met.
A time that you’ll never forget.
But before that time
Of their hopes and dreams
Joys and sorrows and fantasies.

We broke down that unknown barrier
So we could really find one another.
The touching of our minds began to entwine
And now I know you’ll always be mine.

So my wife- my precious sweet
There is no love that can compete
To what we found in “ life s hall of fame”
And the experience we had to gain.

Submitted: Friday, January 14, 2011

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