Sometimes after couples have been married for awhile, they forget the excitement of new love. But as husband and wife truly become one through the ups and downs of life, they have the better—hearts that are knit together. Express that feeling and ignite a new flame through the gift of this wall décor with a beautifully expressed sentiment.
Poem by Anne Peterson reads: I'd Marry You Again. With tiny tears that glistened, my eyes were fixed on you, and thinking of the life we'd share we softly said, "I do." Our hearts were knit together from the time that we first met and memories were gathered that we never will forget. While daily living life with you, you saw the real me, and still you chose acceptance, a loving mystery. With many happy times gone by and others when we cried, some days we'd share so endlessly, while other days we'd hide. With all the ups and downs we've had in learning to be friends, I know that in this heart of mine, I'd marry you again.
Piece measures 6 x 9 inches and has a routed pocket drilled in the back for hanging purposes.
- - Great anniversary gift
- - Rustic wood look
- - Hangs on wall
- - Measures 6 x 9 inches