A Love Story

For a while, their hearts seemed so out of sync,

Their relationship is headed for the end of the line”

you might think,

They were like two drums beating

to two different songs,

so much going wrong

but finally they talked it out, held on for dear life

Strengthening their bond as husband & wife

By:J.N.R Dutton

A story of a marriage on the rocks, @ 1st, but where communication & Love won out.

Sweet Moment

They’ve waited all week to have a sweet moment alone

Work often leaves them worn & weary to the bone

They’re dancing in the hallway where the dim lights barely glow

Dancing to the music, of each others heart & soul

There’s none else that either one would rather have to hold

The joy they have in each other is some of the greatest they’ve known

By:J.N.R Dutton

Lasting & True

Be careful & prayerful about who you pursue

Everyone deserves Love that’s lasting,

faithful,honest, and true

Someone fully committed to you

If someone is only half heartedly invested

They’re not the best that you can do

By:J.N.R Dutton

I am happily married to the most wonderful woman, this poem is written for those who are single & searching for Love. My sincere hope is that they find it.

Lived & Loved

In a quiet church yard rose garden,

a woman knelt and gently wept

Remembering her husband

and the one promise that he hadn’t kept

For thirty years they Lived & Loved,

together they’d been dreaming of

Spending their golden years hand in hand,

but then his illness came

& sadly it stole away that plan

but when she looks back on the time that they got

She smiles & thinks she couldn’t have had a better man

By:J.N.R Dutton

Since The Prime of Their Youth

They’re sitting in a restaurant, in a quiet corner booth

People are all staring wondering what they’re up to

They’re all whispering “Is it a secret rendezvous”

Both got rings on their fingers,

admit it, you’d probably wonder too

but then everybody learned the truth,

the two of them are married faithfully to one another

& have been since the prime of their youth

By:J.N.R Dutton

A poem w/the lesson not to judge things @ 1st glance.