Will You Still Love Me

Will you still love me
when youthful vigor has gone
and golden hair waxed silver?

I will love you till
the sun forgets how to shine
and the moon falls from the sky

© 2017 Abigail Gronway – All Rights Reserved

7/14/17, Sedoka
a Japanese love poem, 6 lines of 5-7-7, 5-7-7 syllables. It is addressed to the loved one.
A Sedoka is two Katautas, which makes a whole poem.

5 Replies to “Will You Still Love Me”

  1. Reblogged this on The Reluctant Poet and commented:
    This is one of the finest expressions of true and unconditional love through the good times and the hard times, sickness and health and youth and old age. Please enjoy the beauty and romance of “Will You Still Love Me” and feel free to reblog this to your followers.

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