Few And Far Between
Author: Ben Franklin
You have given me a new outlook on life,
and all it took was to look into your
Your so sweet,
you remind me of when I was little and everything was a
like when you see a rainbow,
or sitting at you window watching the
rain and thunder,
Iv'e watched you grow up from the age of seven,
Iv'e watched how god produced an angel
who would be most welcomed in heaven,
people like you are few and far between,
and I would love for you to be my Queen,
Id like to have kids,
and it would be a joy to watch them turn out just like
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Meri (18.104.22.168) -- Tuesday, October 19 2004, 09:34 pm|
A wonderful story about your angel! Makes me smile to know that you've reached this 'climax' in your life! The love peak, where you and your someone will collide and become one!
DELIGHTFUL HUSH-BF!, -Meri
|Ben F (22.214.171.124) -- Tuesday, October 19 2004, 09:45 pm|
thanks so much meri, glad ya liked it, take care
|Terrie* (126.96.36.199) -- Wednesday, October 20 2004, 03:19 am|
WOW!! Ben this is heavenly...isn't it magnificent when someone makes our hearts ignite w/so much passion and desire when we discover the depth of our love? as we allow our hearts to respond........totaly heavenly .....your a great one Ben Franklin......lucky Angel....HUGS/LOVE...
|Ben F (188.8.131.52) -- Wednesday, October 20 2004, 08:42 am|
your such warm comments,I always look forward to your words, only wish this was about me.
|Terrie (184.108.40.206) -- Wednesday, October 20 2004, 04:12 pm|
WELL... someday this poem wil portray you...be patient.... HUGS/LOVE.... (snipped)
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