I'll Touch Your Heart Today

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BalboaPress, Jun 30, 2012 - Poetry - 224 pages
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In all my time, I’ve never seen,

A heart that glows like yours, so clean.

Your smile is fresh and blends with peace,

With flows of love in tide’s release.

A gift from Him, I’m blessed so deep,

My love to give, it’s ours to keep.

As doubt is gone from things undone,

Our angels glow in moon and sun.

A novel so real, reading truth in each day,

Like a heaven-sent script, only you and I play.

I love you so much that you don’t even know,

I am yours and my life is, to continually show.

The meaning of love is cast in your eyes,

As my faults and my strengths will never disguise.

You’re the real in my heart and my meaning of life,

I belong so to you to my death, you’re my wife.


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About the author (2012)

D. Todd Munford was born and raised in Salt Lake City with his younger brother Chris. His single mother Anne Rowe, insured the two boys had plenty of manly experiences, fishing and hunting became a passion. Todd lives on a beautiful ranch in Mt. Pleasant, Utah with his wife Laudi (Claudia) and daughter Robee. Together they have seven children; Kasey, Amberly, Hunter, Austin, Billie Jean and Renin. Who all love to visit, for a volleyball game, picnic or a scout and a hunt.

After all, deer and big bully s abound in the front yard. Todd guides hunts for J & J Outfitters in the fall, and you can catch him fishing in the lakes close by, all year. He is employed at Progress Manufacturing, in Provo, Utah as an inside dealer support person. He s driven by the great outdoors and enjoys nature, has a passion for life, and loves his family and friends.

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