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My Wife
by Jan Oscar Hansen
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She elderly now, but wears colourful clothes.
I sat outside the store, saw her trying on
outrageous coats that didn’t fit her age.

She bought one and a red, jaunty beret.

She has a hip problem and limps slightly, but
this little defect is not a hindrance to her.

She is every bit the woman I met forty years
ago, impossible, unreasonable, yet I love her
more now than ever before; time shall not
make her old.


 

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February 18, 2012
More By: Jan Oscar Hansen
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Comments on this Poem

Comment when the time leaves marks of ageing on lovely body of a wife and still a husband loves her like ever before and never looks for the options that simply means the husband is a great poet.The poem itself is a nice work of pen, inspiring one.

Bharat Mehru
02/24/2012 07:40 AM




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