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The Love of His Life
by Randy Johnson
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I have something to tell you in all of its glory.
It's about a man and woman named John and Phyllis and it's a love story.
Phyllis is handicapped and John takes care of her.
She's the love of his life and he sure does love her.
Taking care of Phyllis isn't easy, John has to work very hard.
She makes him happy, she's a woman who he won't discard.
John works so hard to take care of her because she is his soulmate.
When I see such love between two people, it is absolutely great.
If you're wondering when these two will split up, the answer is never.
She loves him as much as he loves her, they are meant to be together. 


(Dedicated to John Brown and Phyllis McIntosh)

Image © Randy Johnson


June 08 ,2017
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