Biographical Poetry posted March 20, 2017 Chapters:  ...7 8 -9- 10... 

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A love poem for my hubby

A chapter in the book My Book of Poems

His arms

by Mustangpatty1029

Alarm clock rings,
Too early, sleep fades,
A hug and a kiss,
'Good morning.'
Coffee's on,
The day's begun
Too early,
Even for the sun,
Off to work he goes,
My day is full,
Reading, writing, and court shows.
Twelve long hours,
'Tween morning and night,
His welcome is quite a sight.
The dogs bark a welcome,
I give him a hug
I've been lonesome,
But for now, I'm snug
In his arms for the night,
My heart takes flight


This is just some free verse that came to mind as my husband left for work this morning. I took quite a bit of liberty with my words - just experimenting. The picture is from about 17 years ago, when his beard still had some black, and my hair didn't have silver
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