Thomas And David

Edward Charles McDevitt


Thomas And David


Today's celebration starts a chapter in a book,

How this all began, perhaps with just a look.

Only two know truth, and how it all began,

Might be all is fate, becoming Man and Man.

All things do have purpose, in our day to day,

See your purpose through, or be it come as may.

As the day nears end, lay your head and rest,

Now as conscious fades, know you did your best.

Dawn comes to us quickly, with sun or open eye,

Do I rise with sun, or let some time go by?

Attention paid to details, in tasks ahead you face,

Victory will be yours, at the finish of the race.

I wish not one but both, success in all you do,

Defy all the odds, with the Love you hold as true.



  • Author: Edward Charles McDevitt (Offline Offline)
  • Published: November 13th, 2021 12:25
  • Comment from author about the poem: I met these two wonderful gentlemen at our local casino. After introductions, I found that they had gotten engaged in Washington, D.C. just recently. We exchanged information and soon, I received an email with an invitation to an engagement party. I responded with one accepting the invitation and would be in attendance. There was no "gifting" but I couldn't go to an engagement party empty-handed. One of my attributes is poetry thus, the poem (Acrostic). Tears flowed like rivers while being read. What an amazing couple they turned out to be and got married at the party! As I dated the poem for yesterday, it became so apropos!!! Congratulations to Thomas and David!
  • Category: Love
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