“Poetry is the rhythmical creation of beauty in words.” ― Edgar Allan Poe
It is a marvelous achievement when married couples face and overcome challenges the world throws at them while staying strong in their love for each other.
However, there can also be pain and heartache when a loved one dies, or a relationship fails. Times of anguish, no doubt. Several of my poems touch on this genuine part of life.
Though many of the poems I've written are derived from personal experience, not all are autobiographical.
I've written many for my wife but have also composed poems inspired by an image, an article I read, or observations made in other relationships.
To read a poem, click on its thumbnail image.
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