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Happy Anniversary


Looking from where we started
Memories of what it has been
Right time we toast
To our journey of togetherness

To all the times we argued
To all the times we disagreed
To all the times we misunderstood
To all the times we understood
To all the times we compromised
To all the times we connected
To all the times we tolerated
To all the times we shared
To all the times we cared
To all the times we feared
To all the times we paced
To all the times we prayed
To all the times we played
To all the times we lost
To all the times we gained
To all the times we won
To all the times we hurt
To all the times we forgave
To all the times we fell
To all the times we rose
To all the times we cried
To all the times we laughed
To all the times we sobbed
To all the times we smiled
To all the times we rejoiced
To all the times we sang
To all the times we spoke
To all the times we gave
To all the times we grew
To all the times we increased
To all the times we sacrificed
To all the times we embraced
To all the times we bonded
To all the times we adored
To all the times we loved…

All in all, this journey of togetherness
has been an interesting one
I cherish every day
Together Forever

Happy Eleventh Anniversary to Us

© Stella C. Obokoh 2019



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