|July 15 - September 6, 1999|
|This is a poem I have received through e-mail, actually the first poem really submitted to be featured. Love is a favorite subject of mine, and this piece of poetry is a fine tribute to this beauty feeling; the explanation which comes with it makes the whole story the more genuine.|
|Hearts entwined in each other, embrace,
Souls united forever more.
Full of joy and grace,
Like a bird on wing, will soar.
Rising high as on a wave,
Time to laugh and shout,
Innocent as it seems,
To cherish such a heart,
|Richard Howland, Jr.|
|© 1994 - Note from the author:
"Here's one I wrote for my wife two weeks after we first met. Wrote it for her inside a Valentines card and then for her birthday, I spent 100 hours doing it freehand in cross stich for her birthday later the same year. The year after, we were married September 23rd." (The Briggsville)