Twenty-Seventh Anniversary Poem

Every anniversary I write my wife a poem. This was the 27th Anniversary Poem:

Just as curves soften
Hair turns silver
And photos fade
Time moves on, changes us
Fills in the gaps and wrinkles the rough spots
So that all that is left
All that matters
Are the soft hugs and warm kisses
Our song, the musical laughter
Surrounding your heart
With each passing day, month, year
It just gets easier to love you

(TCF. 5/5/21)

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