The Man I Marry

Strong lips to speak firmly and say no, yet soft enought to kiss

Strong arms to work the farm, but loving enough to hold me

Wise mind to tell the truth and never lie

Soft, gentle eyes that show his care

A tongue that's never aggressive, or hateful

But one that is considerate to the words he will say

He'll keep his body to himself, never showing off to anyone

Except the bride that he will keep by his side-

The man I marry.

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