Wedding Anniversary Poem: You Have and I Do
by Chelsea F.
A wedding anniversary poem that I would like to share: You Have and I Do. Use it in anniversary cards, or to add to a love letter, adapt the anniversary poetry to suit your relationship.
You have seen me in the morning,
a downright monstrosity: squinting, red-cheeked,
you have seen that pre-coffee troglodyte and kissed my cheek before the razor.
You have seen me in the morning. And I have seen you. You have passed me at noontime, if only for an instant: quick, fleeting moments of hello-goodbye, mundane issues tapped lazily from me to you and you to me, like domestic ping-pong.
You have passed me at noontime. And I have passed seen you.
You have known me in the evening, ravaged by the day: tired and tried, barbed like wire, you have met with that weary man and seen his eyes sink low.
You have known me in the evening. And I have known you.
You have loved me in the night, the dark blue after the reading-light: restless or lustful or dozing away,
you have held me after the reading-light and told me stories with only breaths on my neck.
Stories of us. Stories of our hidden days, of the things we don't need to say anymore. Stories of who I am, of who I once was of who I one day could be.
You have loved me in the night. And I love you.
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