Marry Me

Marry Me

A Story by Kathryn Smith

Marry me


Today and every day


Marry me


    If I ever get the nerve to say hello in this café...

He'll remind me of who I am when I lose myself.

And when I cry

He will hold me.

Maybe he'll dance with me.

And maybe he wont forget my birthday.

He wont make me feel lonely.

And he'll respect me.

And cherish my very being.

The man I marry

Will be a good man.

A loyal man.

A whole man.

A man full of kindness.

With a genuine heart.

He wont yell at me.

And he will not judge me.

He wont make me feel stupid.

And maybe he'll give me a card on my birthday.

He'll let me know why he is proud of me.

And he'll make me feel like the luckiest girl in world.

He'll guide me when I am wrong..

And tell me when I'm doing something right.

The man I marry will not be perfect.

But in my eyes...

He will be the world.

© 2017 Kathryn Smith

Author's Note

Kathryn Smith

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The first reads like you have your sights set on someone in the cafe whom you have yet to pluck up the courage to contact. It flows like a covert proposal. The second sets out. I guess. what all women, and for that matter men, want from a relationship. Both have a sense of longing sewn into the seams.

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Added on November 24, 2017
Last Updated on November 24, 2017