Author/Publisher Meredith McGee & her husband Will renewed their vowels on the 20th anniversary yesterday

Author/Publisher Meredith McGee & her husband Will renewed their vowels on the 20th anniversary at a private ceremony yesterday.

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  1. The stranger’s spring

    Where were you last night, when the rain pounded against my window and the loneliness sunk in?
    Did you know I was here? With no one to love me, no one to hold me, no one to talk to, cause you were gone and I alone!
    Where are you now? While the sun shines so pretty and the flowers bloom. And I feel like spring inside – so warm – so needed.
    I hear a knock on the door – this isn’t you – what must I do?
    The stranger enters and he sits and he sits and he sits and I become comfortable.
    The stranger sits and he sits and he holds me.
    The stranger sits and he sits and he loves me and I love him back.
    I feel like spring inside – so warm – so fulfilled.
    The stranger is good. Goodbye my love, the stranger is here!

    Published: Howard Ely, Timeless Voices, Owings Mills, MD: The International Library of Poetry. 2006. This poem was written by Meredith Coleman on March 18, 1998.

    This poem was read during the ceremony

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