Uncle Sam is calling me away, and with you I cannot stay
Our commitment of love and devotion
Will keep us separated by an ocean.
I will now see if my love is true, and if my heart
Belongs to you! .
You will see if your love can stand up to the hands of time
Until I am back to make you mine.
We will now know the true meaning of “the test of time “
Or see if our words were blind.
If our vows can hold up while I am away.
Then our marriage will come into play.
I had practiced my marriage vows in my mind
Which have been with me for a very long time.
These were my marriage vows I wrote for you:
“You have made all my dreams come true
And my heart belongs to only you
You ignited a little spark-, which consumed my entire heart
And it grew into a forest fire
And the flames cannot get much higher. “
If it is true that you feel what you say
That I have taken your heart away, then
We will plan our wedding day
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