May 20, 2020
A virus roams, a plague on earth.
Let’s reassess what things have worth.
Once sons and daughters, husbands, wives,
All shared their love and shared their lives.
Those ties that bind are strained today,
Don’t let those concepts fade away.
Once marriages were made to last,
That need not be just in times past.
Restore the values once held dear.
Comment’s not a word to fear.
To tie the knot and say, “I do,”
Means all the years, not just a few.
Relationships take time to form,
To hold together through a storm,
But in the end, worth more than gold.
Rekindle love, lest it grow cold.