U Win Kyi


In Seeking Of Love, Some Follow Heart (Part 2)


Some say love is blind,
In her eye, true love is what he finds,
They fall in love head over heel,
Marriage would be a sweet deal,
Wearing a wedding ring is just a symbol,
His loyalty to her will never go,
It would always glow,
With or without signing the marriage document,
Their relationship had already sealed with a strong cement,
With or without having the wedding feast,
From her, even in difficulty he would never leave,
Before the priest, making the marital vow,
To infidelity he would never bow,
She says, 'till death, we do not part',
He says whoever goes first,
Must wait in heaven well above,
The other must follow and meet at last.

For honey-moon they go to Bali Island in a pleasant trip,
Which is full of kiss and bliss,
Though it is short-lived,
They know the life journey ahead maybe smooth or bumpy,
The sailing maybe calm or stormy,
Together they would overcome the hindrance,
Together they would iron out the difference,
When their ideas clash,
They never have a shouting match,
Finding the solution for common interest,
When downs, providing her a shoulder to lean,
He feels never mean but very keen,
In hardship, to each other they would always console,
Because firmly chained together are their souls,
Until they get very very old,
It is their final winning goal.

Submitted: Sunday, January 27, 2008
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