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a poem for my beloved husband: Mr. Kenneth K.Y. Poon
A Thousand Poems; That Are Not Required
How shall I express my love to thee?
Thy has kindly love me with a tender-loving kindness
Thy has kindly care for me with the utmost gentleness
Thy has loves me with a Godly love
How shall I return thy love to me?
Thy loves me with all thy might
Thy loves me with all that thy has
For better for worst
May the Lord blesses thee all of thy's life
May the Lord blesses me all of my life
For thy and I are one
For the Lord has granted us the Sacredness of Divine Love
The love of a Godly man and a Godly woman
in whom the Lord would be pleased
As He has granted us the eternal love of the Heavens
As a husband and a wife
United in the Heavenly love
Thy does not requires me to write a thousand poems
Thy does not requires me to perform a single act of superficial nor performance love
Thy's unselfish love does not require me to kiss thee when I do not feel like to
Thy sacrificial love has liberates me from the bondages of my past
The bondage of fears for rejections...
The bondage of fears of failing to perform...
The bondage of fears for failures itself...
Thy love is divine and pure
For thy is my blessing and precious gift from our Lord
to be my one and only husband in this earth
whom I have been praying for
since my childhood years
The Lord has prepared both of us for each other
since we were in our mothers' wombs...
I love thee
Now and forever more
I love thee
in the love that the Lord has inspired within my heart
and within the boundaries that the Lord has given to us
in our mortal lives with the hope
that our love shall be honour in the immortal world
with much love
in the Lord Almighty,
Ailin Iwan Poon, Ph.D.
your beloved wife
poem was written on October 27, 2016 and was revised on August 15, 2017
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