Friday, April 11, 2014

Thirty-Nine Years ...

The longer I love you 
the more that it seems 
our thirty-nine years 
have been fashioned from dreams ...
that only I imagined 
would ever come true ..
dreams and reality 
blended in you ...
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I wrote this poem to my husband 
I framed it in an 8x10 
and will be giving it to him 
this Saturday, April 12th 
when we go out to dinner 
to celebrate our wedding anniversary ....

33 comments:

  1. That is so romantic Margie, have a wonderful time, you look absolutely fabulous :)

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  2. Oh, Margie, you are so romantic! And such a wonderful picture, too! It's delightful. My wife and I will have been married 45 years in August. I think I need to write her a poem, too. Thanks for the thought.

    Blessings and Bear hugs!

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  3. Dreams really do come true! Blessings to you both and Happy Anniversary!

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  4. PS I've always wanted to look good in a romantic hat!

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  5. How lovely and so romantic, Margie. Congratulations and Happy Anniversary!
    I think that you are so beautiful...inside and out, dear friend.

    Big Hugs
    xoxoxo

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  6. You look so pretty and the poem is so sweet. I'm sure your husband will be touched. Have a wonderful time out and Happy Anniversary!

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  7. 39 years? That is wonderful, Margie! What a lovely poem, and beautiful photo; you look gorgeous. I hope you have a wonderful time. Happy anniversary!

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  8. Happy Anniversary Margie to you and your hub.
    Goodlife my friend,

    Robby

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  9. happy anniversary Margie - love the photo and congrats on 39 years.

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  10. Boa dia,
    Feliz aniversario pelo seus 39 de casamento, desejo muita felicidade para si e para o seu esposo.
    Dia e noite feliz.
    ag

    http://momentosagomes-ag.blogspot.pt/

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  11. Happy Anniversary, and enjoy your dinner out. Warmest regards. Hugs!

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  12. Elegance personified, i thought you meant you were 39 at a time oh my gosh you're infinite, young beautiful and Oh my the hat so very Chic, lucky Handsome\big hugs and kisses to this beautiful, ageless, romantic woman whom
    I call angel, Happy Anniversary, oh my what a Babe. xxx oh and happy happy to \handsome as well xxxxxooooooo

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  13. Happy Anniversary - your love abounds and changes the world for the better. Hallelujah!
    Love Gail
    peace.....

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  14. smiles...so happy that you feel it is still a dream after 39 years...that is awesome...and happy anniversary as well....

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  15. Happy Anniversary! What sweet and moving words, so lovely and meaningful. I hope you two have a wonderful anniversary and many more to come!

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  16. This is really beautiful. Happy Anniversary to you both!

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  17. Congrats Margie! Have a lovely time. You look so beautiful :) Sweet words too.

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  18. Happy Anniversary my friend ;o) So special! You and your hubby have true love! The kind of love, that people dream of! Big Hugs ;o)

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  19. Lovely poem! Happy anniversary to you! :)

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  20. Hhhh beautiful!!! How was the celebration?? Am sure he loved this present!! You are a lovely lovely human.... God Bless!!

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  21. how lovely, beautiful poem. wishing you both a very happy anniversary and many many more happy years together :)

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  22. If you get a chance call me, hang up before you have to leave a message so you can try again when you have a minute, you know me I freak in the afternoon I not only turn my phone off I hide it....and it's on vibration ...the chance that it is minimal but if you can and you're not busy call me, please, oh hell where did \i put it knowing, me stuck in between sheets in a place I wouldn't even think of....oh maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan hope you had a great time angel

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  23. Hi Margie! HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! I hope you two have a wonderful day, remembering the joy of your wedding day...and rejoicing that your love is still a vibrant part of your lives.
    You husband is a very blessed guy to have you in his life.
    Blessings!
    Ceil

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  24. How romantic! And you look wonderful.

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  25. Oh how incredibly beautiful and romantic, Margie!
    I do hope you had a fabulous celebration...
    I love the picture too. You are SO beautiful xxx

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  26. Hello to everyone
    I so appreciate you taking the time to visit and leave comments.
    Thanks so very much.

    Very busy day with my little Rose so I shall reply later in the week.
    Rose is napping now and I'm having a nice cuppa tea :)

    Blessings to all of you.

    Love
    Margie

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  27. Hi Margie .. sorry I'm late - but how lovely and you look stunning in the photo - no wonder he fell in love with you those many years ago ..

    I hope you had the most lovely dinner and just had a blissful time together ... and what a clever present - your words with your thoughts enmeshed ..

    Here's to many more and lots of happiness along the way - Hilary

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  28. A belated Happy Anniversary to you both, Margie! :)

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  29. Congratulations on your anniversary, Margie. What a blessing each year is when you have a long and loving marriage as you have had! I am so blessed to have had 56 wonderful years with my sweetie before he left to be with Jesus in October. June will be a sad month but one filled with sweet memories.

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  30. You're using the gift that you've been blessed with, as a gift to your husband. I love the last line... "dreams and reality blended in you"
    I'm sure he loves all of the the words - framed to see and to feel.
    I love your words, too, as the rest of your readers surely do, too. :)
    Happy Belated Anniversary! You look smashingly beautiful in the photo.

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  31. So romantic! You trim your years together with poetry and love....

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Each day comes
bearing its own gifts ...
Untie the ribbons.

-Ruth Ann Schabacker