"With Me"

With Me

Come sit with me on the river bank.
We'll look at the fish and the turtles
and each other, and not talk for hours.
We'll stare away the sun, just you and


Come and run with me under the low hanging stars.
We'll dance and play on the wet summer grass.
We'll sing beneath the bright sickle moon,
of hopes and dreams and surely of


Come and watch the years pass with me.
We'll grow old holding hands and
dancing in the twilight, and
all in my dreams, awake or asleep, shall be of


This poem is the one we used in our wedding in 2000.
Thanks for looking.

Author: Kip London - My uncle who died in car wreck in 1997
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