Poem Written to My Husband
I wrote this poem for my husband, Keith, a few months before we were married. We will be celebrating 8 years of marriage in just a few days so as I look back at these words, I am reminded of how wonderful he was and how amazing he still is today.
Marriage is what we make of it. Our thoughts and words dictate so much of our life, (“As a man thinketh…”), and when we know that and begin to speak positive words about our marriage, life and husband, we find that what we have spoken turns out to be exactly what we have lived.
Our words and thoughts have more power than we give credit. That’s why this Club was founded. To change the conversation surrounding marriage from negative to positive. Keith and I determined from day one we would have a wonderful marriage. And we’ve lived exactly what we believed (and continue to believe). Our marriage has been just as we prayed it would be.
Leaves in the fall
Winds that have ceased
Rain that cries no more
Snow on a mountain
Dew covered grass
Water in a vase
An orchid in full bloom
Morning rays of sunlight
Painted colors of a sunset
A butterfly in her cocoon
A swan in the lake
Two lovers dancing in the night
A million stars without form
A little boy resting
A little girl praying
The eye of the storm
Wherever you are
Wherever you will be
My still point in a turning world
In the eye of the storm there is always calm. A happy marriage doesn’t mean you won’t face challenges. It means when the tough times arise, you determine to take refuge in each other – in the center of it all – where you can bond, find peace, and overcome adversity…together.
Until tomorrow…make it a great day!
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