ivor or ivor.e hogg

Rookie (7/4/1934 / Hebburn.Co Durham U.K)

Some things never change.


I do.
She said and so did I

We wed,
one Saturday in June.

We went
away on honeymoon.

A taste
of paradise for two.

We swore.
Each year we would renew.

The vows
we made when we were wed.

Today
though many years have flown.

We are
on honeymoon again

The kids
grown up and fled the nest.

Nothing
has changed we feel the same.

Our love
grew deeper day by day.

The same
hotel the same bedroom.

We had
reviving memories.

Although
We have raised a family.

We knew
all those years ago.

We would
return to paradise.

A dream
that would come true.

Today.
While watching the sun rise.

She said,
I love you so did I.

It’s true.
We were wiser than we knew.

When we
decided we should wed.

We two.
Were meant to be a pair.

Decreed
by fate: We still care.

The way
we did when we first wed.

She knows
its true and so do I.

Monday,15 March 2010
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Submitted: Monday, March 15, 2010
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