Treasure Island

Ross DixPeek

(10 July 1970 / Salisbury, Rhodesia)

The Wedding Ring!


The Wedding Ring!


The wedding ring I wear
upon my finger,
Is far more than just that,
It is in essence a most majestic
golden-band forged on a white-hot anvil
of unconditional and eternal love
within the deepest recesses of my beating,
burning heart, a most enduring
and indestructible bond that
transcends time immortal, and
forever binds my fevered soul
to this flame-haired Goddess
of my destiny,
Sweet love and passion incarnate,
My Dearest Aphrodite…

Submitted: Friday, September 25, 2009

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