Jenni & Billy Joe (Alternate Title: Rogue River)

Billy Joe went to Rogue River,

thought he was just passing through

that it wouldn’t be too long at all

before he was headed somewhere new

but he met a woman there,

her name was Jenni Sue

They grabbed each others hearts and souls,

that much they both knew

So Billy Joe made the decision to call Rogue River home

& to give up the life of a rolling stone

Every day, they were amazed at the happiness they’d found

& they were glad they had each other when the chips were down

As long as they were a team, come whatever storms life would bring,

they knew they could endure anything

By: J.N.R Dutton

The One

A fresh meal on the table,

fresh ribbons in her hair

She’s preparing for a date night,

soon her man will be there

This isn’t just casual,

she’s sure that he’s the one,

She’s been positive of that

now for months

As husband & wife, together,

They want to build a life

By:J.N.R Dutton

To The Depths

She knows him to the depths,

She even often knows what he’s going to say

before it ever leaves his lips,

He knows her the same,

With every heartbeat, every kiss,

every breath,

They never fail to take each other’s away

When the time comes & they’re looking back,

When their youth is gone in a flash,

When they are old & gray,

They’ll still hold each other close,

in joy till their dying days

By:J.N.R Dutton

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