by Tim Chiu
About settling down with a loved one and starting a family - a rhyming poem.
|Bodies warm and so in love,
Holding hands in each one's glove,
Happiness so filled with smiles,
Since that meeting of like styles.
A longing duty we both cherish,
Forevermore, until we perish,
A treasured home of sanctity,
Enduring for posterity.
Supple hands give open strength,
Laughing, falling, at great length;
But all concerns shall find relief,
Love thereafter, through the grief.
A loving grasp, so amply real,
Our faith, remorse, we can't conceal,
A child to extend God's grace,
Caring, warmth, a homey place.
A cherished brood that's timeless, free,
With blessed thoughts eternally.
Tomorrows can, at times, seem vexing,
But His sweet mercy, not perplexing.