All The Time
Mary E. Adair
All the time when I look at you
My heart rises up and I smile
It's the little things that you do
That make my life worthwhile.
Each day wanders by without much stress
And the night offers calm and peace
Though often there are problems to address
They aren't big enough the brow to crease
So happily I sit here and contemplate
Plans for a trip or two
We won't leave too early, rather late
For there's no rush for what we'll do.
Summertime and wintertime, spring and fall
And thus we grow older hand in hand
We laugh as we share the days in all
Which is something we won't countermand
So make every moment one of just caring
And the months fly by it seems
But we'll just keep on loving and sharing
And see each other in our dreams.
©May 18, 2012 Mary E. Adair
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