I Think of You


When stars blanket the cold, dark vacant sky,
I think of you and why, I'm warm, so warm.

When the water's mirrored on the placid lake,
I think of you and how, you give, give and take.

When the sun is settling softly below ocean view,
I think of you and why our love is always new.

When I awake from nightmare's dream,
I think of you and if you heard my scream.

In times of toil and great indecision,
I think of you and how you've risen.

To every obstacle thrown in our way,
I think of you, morning to morning, every day.

You are never far from my thoughts' view.
I hope you know that, and that I love you.


On Musser Flowage Near Phillips, Wisconsin. September 1993

On Musser Flowage Near Phillips, Wisconsin. September 1993

A poem commemorating 25 years together...

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