A Valentine’s Day Poem for Jena

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What it means to be married to Jena

When the dull thud of life’s engine

Grinds down the slow beat

You are the new fuel that flames

Pulse and love’s speed.

When the star-less sky apes

Empty thoughts that eviscerate the soul

You are a Catherine wheel filling

That bland void with love’s pyrotechnics

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    When the dead leaves of autumn

    Crumble and whisper, “It is time that life dried out”

    You are the dew-soaked lily

    Caparisoning life with love’s full bloom.

    Without you, some simple stone could stand in

    For my life’s full purpose.

    With you, no known swirl of galaxies could

    Adequately display

    The full color and depth of what it means

    To be married to you.

    Happy Valentine’s Day, my lovely, adorable, shaggable, Jena.

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    Paul Gordon is the publisher and editor of iState.TV. He has published and edited newspapers, poetry magazines and online weekly magazines. He is the director of Social Cognito, an SEO/Web Marketing Company. You can reach Paul at pg@istate.tv

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