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Feather's Miscellany: Love Song In Old Age

John Waddington-Featherís poem expesses undying love.

Though weak in frame, my love for you is strong
And burns yet bright as ever; the fifty years
Of wedlock we have shared has fused our beings,
Joined us to our Maker, made us one.
And how I love you, dearest wife, for all
Youíve been to me throughout this life together.
Lover still, I am, my sweet, burnishing
Our love to light us through Eternity.

John Waddington-Feather ©


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