A Valentine’s Day Poem by John Lambremont, Sr.

Angels sang the day we met:

 

Velvet voices filled my ear

As you swept by, so near and dear;

Loveliest maiden I’d seen yet,

Enticing eyes and a lively step;

Never knew exactly why

Time was then that I said “Hi;”

In the way, our race and tongue;

Never thought what we’d begun

Even now would keep us one,

Same as when we were so young.

 

Dearest one, you made me whole;

Always love me, heart and soul;

Years from now, when we’ve grown old,

Still you’ll be the one I hold.

 

Please know this: for all my life,

Only you will be my wife;

Ever will our love bells ring,

Making those sweet angels sing.

 

© John Lambremont, Sr.


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