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My military husband have deployed many times in our 17 years of marriage. I wrote this poem to let him know that no matter how far he goes, I will be there.

Crazy In Love On Valentines Day

© Cheryl Alexander

Barricades dare not hold me back,
Even if they're a ten feet stack.

Mile long roads, I'd walk each one,
Yield signs, stop signs; I shall run.

Voltaged fences, I shall climb,
All with pride if you'd be mine.
Locks and chains; I'd break right through,
Excluding tools; my hands will do.
Nothing stops a willful mind, no
Torment of the strongest kind.
Increase the pain, love bares it all,
Needless torture; price is small.
Escaped from all the pain afflicted,
I'd find you..just as predicted.
MY VALENTINE...BE MINE.

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Published: 11/24/2010

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We two form a multitude

- Ovid

Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.

- Aristotle