Love poems from the heart

A reminder for husbands to love their wives

People give away nothing so liberally as their advice. An apology is politeness too late. The best labour-saving device in use today, is tomorrow, but alas tomorrow never comes.


In the midst of married life,
In spite of toil and business strife,
If e'er you valued your dear wife:
Tell her so!

In former days you praised her style,
And spent much time to win her smile,
It's just as well now worth your while,
to Tell her so!

When days are dark and deeply blue,
She's got her troubles, same as you,
Prove to her your love is true:
Tell her so!

Show her that you don't forget
The seal to which your bond is set,
She's of life's sweets, the sweetest yet, and
Tell her so!

Don't act as though she's past her prime,
As if to please her were a crime,
If e'er you loved her, now's the time, to:
Tell her so!

She'll return for each caress
A hundredfold of tenderness,
Hearts like hers were made to bless, so:
Tell her so!

She is yours, and yours alone,
And well you know she's all your own;
Don't wait to carve it on a stone, but:
Tell her so!

John Sanders

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