Q 003

Q 003

A love poem sent from Alresford around the time of the Great World War.

I've told thee, I've told thee, a hundred times o'er,
I love thee, I love thee, what can I say more!
I care not for wealth, and I ask not for fame,
I love thee, and thy love is all that I claim.
Then look not thus doubting, nor turn thee away,
And cease to reproach me thus day after day–
I tell thee again, as I've told thee before,
I love thee until I can love love thee no more. 

All images on this site © Godfrey Andrews ALRESFORD HERITAGE