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    Creation shows the evidence–that man
    Is merely half a heart–without woman.
    He, with no “s” in she, is rather–a half,
    ‘Til she spies–a he in she, with a laugh.

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    Creation shows the evidence–that man
    Is merely half a heart…without a woman.
    He, with no “s” in she, is crudely–a half,
    ‘Til she spies–a he in she, with a laugh.

    Together, two hearts meet life head-on;
    With self-defense, they establish a home.
    A mighty fortress stands behind the wall,
    Where…a couple of hearts will never fall.

    Diminsh a whole heart–decrease-to-half;
    So, what is left-over–is a smirkish laugh.
    Half a heartbeat, but with a frigged mind;
    Time passes painfully slow…with a whine.

    A diminished heart merely comes to a halt,
    Unless the better half recognizes the fault.
    Somehow!…somewhere! there is a match,
    When twin halves, finally meet their catch.

    To be caught, is not a dreadful condition;
    Rather, it’s a free-trap in a lost dimension.
    Since creation designed hearts to be two,
    Lost…proves he and she–are found true.

    Hearts beat a rhythm-of-life to the world,
    But gender existence…is a temporal swirl.
    He slights her–to think the way she does,
    As she desires to change the way he was.

    To drift apart–includes two broken hearts,
    ‘Cause the “wholeheart” will not exist apart.
    He and she doesn’t love to be apart, at all!
    So, the hardest fall of all…is beyond recall.
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  • What do you expect–after the kids are grown?
    Will you two share happiness…together alone?

    Will you say to your spouse, “Good morning, dear!”
    Smiling congenially to brighten the day with cheer?

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    What do you expect–after the kids are grown?
    Will you two share happiness…together alone.

    Will you say to your spouse, “good morning, dear!”
    Smiling congenially to brighten the day with cheer?

    When the children finally leave…you two at home,
    Your world will change…after the kids are grown.

    Changing naturally…to get the little tikes raised;
    They will, then, correct the mistakes you made.

    Children gain wisdom, that you made them strong;
    While you learn the difference–of right and wrong.

    Grown kids will off-spring for better things to do;
    Of course, you realize…they learned it from you.

    A restless lust–to fulfill life, you may rest assured,
    Efforts of love produced you, and much much more.

    Together, you two form a more perfect weave;
    A most beautiful grand-ole legacy–you leave.

    Patiently, or not!…you two serve time–with age.
    The relentless wheel-of-time…turns another page.

    Slowdown! criticize not!…your mate’s timid lack.
    Understanding improves life; for, love is a fact!

    There’s one last precocious note–a son can say,
    As parents eventually celebrate their golden day:

    “Be happy!…and be cheerful the next few years;
    Saying, ‘have a goodnight, and morning, dear.'”
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