In keeping with my theme of steps to create a renewed vision for your marriage and invoking you to remember the joy of falling in love again, I submit a blessing by my favorite inspiring Irish writer, John O'Donohue:
As spring unfolds the dream of the earth,
May you bring each other's hearts to birth.
As the ocean finds calm in view of land,
May you love the gaze of each other's mind.
As the wind arises free and wild,
May nothing negative control your lives.
As kindly as moonlight might search the dark,
So gentle may you be when light grows scarce.
As surprised as the silence that music opens,
May your words for each other be touched with reverence.
As warmly as the air draws in the light,
May you welcome each other's every gift.
As elegant as dream absorbing the night,
May sleep find you clear of anger and hurt.
As twilight harvests all the day's color,
May love bring you home to each other.
John O'Donohue, To Bless the Space Between Us, page 136, Doubleday, 2008, First Edition, USA
To further elicit upon O'Donohue and the light he sheds on blessings, John helps us understand that "...the word blessing evokes a sense of warmth and protection; it suggests that no life is alone or unreachable."
May you feel such warmth and protection, love and harmony in the miracle of your chosen one, and as you return home at the end of a given day, may your hear your lover's song greeting you as you welcome each other, "You are the promised kiss of springtime...."! (Oscar Hammerstein II & Jerome Kern)