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Here I Am
23 November, 2009
author: Rebecca Ditch-Hammack (aka Dreamer)

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I try to be perfect but I know I fall short
I am not the always the person I would like to be
Sometimes important things get laid to the side
Many times they are put off till tomorrow

I'm not what anyone would call a neat freak
Preferring tie-dyes to dress clothes
Sometimes my patience gets lack
And I don't always say the right things

But there is one thing for certain
That's my love for you
It's the strongest thing about me
It guides me through each day

I always look forward to our time together
Though it is usually cut short by interruptions
I can't imagine who I would be without you
Sharing my life with you.. is the best part of me

------- Author's Notes -------

I have been married now for 18 years. Thank you Clint, for loving me as I am, and never trying to change me. I am so blessed by your love.. After all these years you still excite me. You make my heart smile.

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Comments on this poem/writing:

barb (67.58.197.120) -- Monday, November 23 2009, 06:01 pm

good description

So lucky you are to find accepting love ,what a beautiful write for Clint
Meridian (205.188.116.135) -- Tuesday, December 15 2009, 05:42 am

This is what I like

Matrimony. Yes! Happy anniversary Dreamer! Sorry it's late. May you and your husband have a whooooole lot more.

Just out of curiosity, did you present the poem to him?
Becky (71.239.228.255) -- Tuesday, December 15 2009, 03:37 pm

Meridian

I did read it to him but he is not really interested in poetry.. He pretended to enjoy it though...;)
Meridian (64.12.117.71) -- Wednesday, December 16 2009, 11:30 pm

Goodie

It's good when the love is still going strong between a married couple of many years.
 
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