The Ways in Which I've Loved You

March 2017
Salmagundi;Spring2017, Issue 194, p86
Academic Journal
The poem “The Ways in Which I've Loved You" by Grace Wagner is presented. First Line: I loved you when I made you promise never to love me; Last Line: when I finally said yes, I'll marry you.


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