Michael Gelb

(10/8/40 / NYC-USA)

Wedding Bands


Wedding Bands

I placed a ring on her left hand
A plain white gold wedding band
With all my love this ring is from me
I also wore a ring for people to see

Today the rings have become something more
They also tie us together for evermore
Mine is still on my left hand
From my neck hangs her wedding band

I feel her in my heart and in my life
I still think of her as my wife

Submitted: Sunday, October 23, 2011
Edited: Monday, October 24, 2011

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