I'm saying, "I love you"

When I say,

"That dress looks

Nice on you today."

 

 

I'm saying, "I love you"

When I say,

"I hope your pain

Is less today."

 

 

I'm saying, "I love you"

When I see you in the rain

And bring an open

umbrella

To you again!

 

I'm saying, "I love you"

When I stand beside you

And watch you sleep,

While a sentinel I keep.

 

 

I'm saying, "I love you"

When I enter your 'girl-room'

And quietly stay beside you

Wondering if you'll awaken soon.

 

I'm saying, "I love you"

When I say, "Hello there,

I like that special

Little curl in your hair."

 

 

I'm saying, "I love you"

When your orgasm of joy

Delivers to me

Our girl and our boy!

 

 

I'm saying , "I love you"

When I enter your room,

Smell your perfume

And say, "Aaa, I love you."

 

I'm saying, "I love you"

When I see your DNA

In our very first child

Asleep in your arms today!

 

 

I'm saying, "I love you",

And always will,

As long as both

Of us shall live.

 

 

I'm saying, "I love you"

When I just stand still

And day-dream about

The woman in my will.

 

 

I'm saying, "I love you"

When you're standing by the phone,

Scantily clad with

Just the radio on.

 

 

I'm saying. "I love you"

Both now and forever,

In sunshine days,

And in stormy weather!

 

 

I'm saying, "I love you"

More now than before,

When your dress size

Is larger than your wedding gown!

 

 

I know that the stanza above

Does not even rhyme,

Yet I love you

In spite of time!

 

 

I will go on loving you,

As long as time shall be,

And will love you even more

When you're in Heaven with me!

 

 

 

I'm not through with

Saying, "I love you",
My lover and friend,

Yet this poem must end!

 

But before I do,

Allow me to say again,

"Helen, Dear, I love you."

 

--from your husband, whom you know as Doug,

and I'll say "I love you" with a giant hug!

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