Always and Forever

As I write, I’ll sing this song
for the greatest love I’ve ever known.
To my heart, you have the only key,
I beg of you, never set me free.
I prayed to God for a love so true
now, I, realize He already knew.
In time my prayer WAS answered,
the most wonderful woman
HE BLESSED ME WITH YOU.
What we share feels so right
to say I love you every night.
Wonderful moments shared,
precious memories, still tell me you care.
I see your shadow,
as I lay myself to sleep.
Dreams of you, oh so sweet
in my heart, I will keep.
Look into my heart, my life.
Tell me, what do you see?
can you feel the need, the want, as I
to be your husband, you my wife.
Much joy and happiness you’ve brought me.
If I had life to live again, I’d want to with you,
my lover, my best friend.
Always and Forever, I’ll love you till the end.

Author: Robert Small
Source: http://www.1lovepoems.com

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