08 December 2011


Beautiful woman of my heart, not only did my love for you originate before my birth, but I have loved you even before my mother was created.

You are the peace among a war of roses and in your sweet tears, a dying flower upon a grief-stricken stem has the hope of lifesaving water to help revive its withered petals.

Even the trickle of a lazy river and the whistling winds whisper your lovely name with their refreshing sounds.

My darling, my Lady Flower, I have much happiness in your kisses and satisfaction from your loving embrace.

All things are beautiful in my life because of your illuminating spirit.

With your feminine touch, you make my heart dance to our song, while fulfilling all my desires in our temple of love.

You are my rock and my stronghold, for the dawning of a new day has no meaning to me without the awe-inspiring light of your dazzling smile before my eyes.

You are the eternal love I bear in springtime and every other season under the dewdrops of my heart.

Even though the burdens of this life are many, my load is always lighter when I walk hand-in-hand with you...the most precious and priceless jewel of my heart.

(*photo by EPGoddess)



  1. I am so happy for Mrs. Andy that she has a wonderful husband like you....you decorate her with your words and they are priceless.

  2. 'dewdrops of my heart' great phrase! I find it amazing that you can write so regularly about love but each time it is unique and fresh.

    Check out my latest poem if you want to:

  3. Wow! I could sense how precious your wife is. And I find it delightful to see how such love is expressed in words.

    I could only say God is my rock and my stronghold :) but I guess even the psalmist who wrote this was strongly attached to the Lord ~ I could understand why.

    This is an inspiration and a balance to the things I hear, read and see on married life.

    Stay in love with your wife:)

  4. This poem is the ultimate testimony to the "precious and priceless jewel" your wife is to you. She is one most fortunate woman!
    Are "diamonds a girl's best friend"?
    Not so!
    Not when words like these can immortalize her soul. . .
    God bless you, Andy, for expressing this grand love for your beloved.

  5. You decorate her with your words of love for her. Mrs. Andy is lucky I must say....words are more priceless than the jewels...:-)

  6. Beautiful, Andy. I had not realized that the woman for whom you wrote all this beautiful poetry was your wife. Such a lucky woman she is, Andy, to have a man who pens her such beautiful verse.

  7. Andy tell me how ..how...how....u have such deep love and passion in ur heart...

    Marvellous creation!!


  8. You are my soul mate, my sweetheart, you are my dream come true, from now until the end of time I give my heart and soul to you.
    Andy,this is a wonderful and the most beautiful dedication that any man can write for the woman in his life...your wife is a lucky woman..

  9. What a lovely post just for your wife.. :) So, priceless love for her..:) Thanks for sharing..:)

  10. Mrs.Andy might be feeling so special for this poem of yours.As usual romantic and beautiful
    But I have a wish my friend. I want you try writing on something else other than romance.Other human emotions too can be depicted well through the medium of poetry,right?

  11. Hmmm...what a man says from his heart stays in his woman's heart!...amazing with an inspiring ending...."Even though the burdens of this life..."

  12. Mrs Andy is one lucky lady! I salute her and you .

  13. I have said this so many times before and I will repeat it here again..You are such a romantic person Andy and your wife surely is Lucky mashALLAH..the jewls are beautiful and so is this piece:)

  14. wow how sweeeeeeeet:) i am sure you are made for each other:)

  15. ur words say it all.beautifully expressed.straight from ur heart's core !

  16. Lucky wife, loving husband :)
    Awesome combination !!

  17. Touch wood, god bless you both and may you remain happy forever.

  18. Amazing!
    A pure feeling of love..the completeness it brings and it's value in life ~

    As always ..soothing to heart!

    Loved it, Andy Dear :)

  19. I clicked Romantic and Touching, lucky Mrs. Andy..

  20. Hello friends.
    Some people go through life never knowing the true joys of love, never finding that special someone who completes them & makes their life worth living. I am most fortunate to not only have found my soul mate, but to have her complete love as well. I'm extremely touched by your warm & kind sentiments. Thank you all.

    Especially to Prosenjeet: Pro, I have on occasion written many poems that are not related to romance. If you go through my blog, you will surely find them. Here are a few to get you started:
    * Your Reward Is My Sorrow
    * The Last Kiss
    * The Lonely Man

    With that being said, I think you've read enough of my poems to know by now that I am a love man...I exist in the image of love. The world is already filled with too much sadness & heartache. It craves love & romance. That's where I come in...show me the man or woman who doesn't desire love & romance! (smile). I appreciate your comments though & thank you for taking the time to stop by.

  21. Its really touching when a man cares enough to devote a post for his wife

  22. I don't know what I'd do if you wrote about something other than love. I think romantic love is a sample of the love we strive for - unconditional and universal. But though just a sample, it is a wonderful teacher, helping us accept and rejoice over another being.

    Keep writing Andy. You'll never exhaust the possibilities of infinite love.

  23. Gifts that penetrate the heart are worth more than trinkets. Every poem you write about love is a present to the reader. Lovely Andy!


  24. Hi Andy,
    oh, what a beautiful and heartfelt dedication to someone you love. Brings tears to my eyes. God bless you both and may your love and happiness last until the end of time.

    Best regards

  25. You and your wife are so inspiring. I love your poems, your words, your outlook on love and life. I too am married to my soul mate. Life is grand.

  26. You're really a very loving husband, Andy. Your beauiful words for your beloved wife are simply amazing! Compared to all the jewels in the world, your love for her is the priceless of all.

    I love reading your poems. They are so well-written!

  27. Sweet love!Sweet life!sweet lines!

  28. Such a beautiful tribute. Congratulations for being able to express such a love.

  29. What a beautiful tribute to your wife. She is a blessed woman to be loved and appreciated so much!

  30. Wow Andy, I got a lump in my throat when I read this poem. Blessed are couples who can share this kind of love.

  31. What a beautiful embellishment of words to express the joys which emcompass your heart for the love of your life, your lovely wife.

    I know she must feel an overwhelming sense of adoration for the way you hold her so dear in your tender expressions.

    God bless you both!

  32. Beautiful and exquisite words, your wife should feel happy and very excited. Greetings.

  33. To Jerly: Welcome Jerly. I've written many poems for my wife, but she likes to keep them deep within her heart. Thank you for the kind words. I appreciate the visit & hope you will return again soon.

    To Myrna R.: How right you are Myrna! I'm an emotional writer & don't know what I would do if I didn't have love. There's always an abundance of love in my heart & as long as you keep reading, I'll keep writing. Thank you as always for your visits & heartfelt words. They mean a lot.

    To Tameka: I exist in the image of love. It's what I know, what I write about & who I am. You touch me deeply with your compliments Tameka. Your enjoyment of my simple words is your precious gift to me. I sincerely thank you.

    To Angie: Hello again Angie. Thank you for the kind words. I wish the same for you. Thanks for stopping by.

    To Mari Sterling Wilbur: I'm happy that you too have found love in your soul mate. The ups and downs of life are always easier to bear when you have someone special to share them with. Life is indeed grand. Thank you for visiting.

    To Balqis: Thank you for the compliments. I always say I am indeed a fortunate man to have this priceless pearl in my life. It makes me extremely happy that you find much enjoyment in my poetry. Please feel free to stop by again soon.

    To Portia: Welcome Portia. Thanks for taking the time to stop by. I appreciate the visit.

    To Adriene: Hello Adriene. I am an emotional man & writer. Expressing what one feels is always easy when it comes straight from the heart. I appreciate the visit.

    To Jessica M: Thank you Jessica. I'm the fortunate one to have the love of this beautiful woman. Thanks for stopping by.

    To Nelieta: I couldn't agree more, Nelieta. It's rare to find longevity in any relationship these days. That's why I cherish & nurture mine. Thank you for stopping by.

    To Cathy Kennedy: Cathy, my expressions of love for my wife are returned to me a thousand times over. I'm a very fortunate man to have the perfect companion for life. Thank you for the kind words. I sincerely appreciate them.

    To Pokey's Pals: Hello & welcome. I appreciate you taking the time to stop by. Hope you'll return again soon.

    To Leovi: Thank you Leovi. Love is beautiful. I am happy that I can exist in its shadow & allow it to rule my heart. Thanks for visiting.

  34. This is just wonderful!!
    Also, thanks for your visit, Andy!

  35. Your wife must be so happy for having such a wonderful person to walk hand in hand with.

    And by the way thanks for the visit and comment you left in blog Andy...

  36. Wow! One lucky woman to have stolen your heart so. I'm sure she appreciats and returns the love you feel for her.

  37. wow... so finally i get something ...i will dedicate it to and impress my wife...once i get one :P :)

  38. Andy, your wife is one lucky lady. The way you speak so lovingly and full of such admiration. Beautiful poem.


  39. What a wonderful tribute to the woman you love...wishing you both a long lifetime of love and happiness together... absolutely beautiful poem.

  40. Thanks a ton for following my series :) And for your lovely comments!

  41. To Barbara: Thanks Barbara. Nice to see you. I hope you'll stop by again sometime.

    To eigroj: You're welcome Eigroj.
    I think I am the fortunate one to have the hand of the woman I love.
    Thank you for the heartfelt sentiments. I appreciate you stopping by.

    To Jann Olson: Yes indeed! To love and be loved in return is the sweetest feeling. Thank you Jan. I appreciate the visit.

    To Muhammas Israr: LOL...Israr, you are so funny! You will do just fine, I'm sure. All the best in finding that elusive wife! Thanks for stopping by, my friend. I love hearing from you.

    To Debbie: Hello Debbie. Welcome to my blog. I always say I exist in the image of love...it's what I know, what I write about & who I am. My wife is the ruler & keeper of my heart. Her love is the fuel for my pen (smile). Thank you so much for the kind words & for the link. I have already visited & left a comment.

    To cath: Welcome Cath. Thank you so much. You are most kind. I wish the same for you too. Thanks for taking the time to stop by. Please feel free to visit again anytime.

    To ♫♪♥PhilO♥♪♫: I really enjoyed your series & the ending was totally unexpected! Thanks for stopping by. I hope you'll return again soon.