This is a poem dedicated to the families that lost love one, like my wife of 54 year of wonderful years of marriage, and families that had their love ones become infect with covid 19 by the reckless action of their state governors by putting positive hospital patients into nurse homes and assisted living when these facilities had no PPE and nurse aid quitting. This is also for medical hospital staff, that when people infected from their homes were sent to these hospital their staff would write off these poor people off knowing that when taken into nursing homes that the residence of these homes had underline condition they still wrote these poor senior off. This is a very solemn day for me it is my wife's birthday and I'm grieving for her and the thousand of poor that died because of our government leaders.
*Love is not something you see.
*It's meaning everything to me
*It's needing to have you in my life,
So much that I made you my wife.
*Love is not something you hear.
*It's always wanting to have you near.
*It's needing to feel your lips each day
*So much that no words could ever say.
Love is not something you taste.
*It's never letting it go to waste.
*It's needing to see you even when we fight,
*So much or I'll miss you day and night.
*Love is not something you touch.
*It's knowing that you mean so much.
*It's needing your skin when I'm in bed,
So much that you make me lose my head.
*Love is not something you smell.
*It's something that you're proud to tell.
*It's needing to always make you smile,
*So much that you make my life worth wild
May we never forget our love ones, protect them and never let this happen again. Let them rest in peace. JR

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So very sorry for your loss.
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It sounds like this may have happened in NY and hopefully that governor is tarnished permanently. If elsewhere the same applies. I am so sorry for your loss and admire your ability to create a beautiful message despite your suffering.
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Beautiful poem

I miss my mom. She was a good friend.

I'm not as close with dad.

Thanks for sharing your creativity :)
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Thank you for sharing. I wish you peace
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