I Married My Best Friend.

Poem By Sara Fields

I married my best friend, and this is how it happened.

So long ago we got separated when life interrupted, we were disconnected, we were so lost and so alone.

Until one simple day of shopping, turned into a life time full of memories, and fate began to take its toll, we became so strong, our hearts became one.

But as we all know that’s not the whole story, it wasn’t even half.
It wasn’t that simple, it wasn’t lust, but it was love and ever-lasting.
It turned into grief and fights. People interrupted we parted and we became so separated, But we stuck it through and started becoming stronger, and our hearts are still so very connected and we are so in love. No one can disconnect the love that remains in our hearts. We have to be open, we cannot hide our feelings and lies, we must believe and we must proceed in the journey of fate.

Love never forgets were its been, and it knows where it’s going.

To Gage Aaron Liley.

Comments about I Married My Best Friend.

A beautiful tribute to your husband, Sara, May happiness be yours forever..


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