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Cheers to Every Laughter and Tears of what it means to Love

If you don’t believe in happy ever after, then think again. Allen Cato reveals to all living souls his words of affection for his wife whom he’s written a poem every year for as long as the titular time says, Forty Plus Years.


The true meaning of loving is accepting the happiness and the anger that entwines with it. Amid the pleasant joys spent with the family, misunderstandings and violent issues are always lurking in the corner. Allen Cato believes this to be as natural as the act of forgiving and asking for forgiveness. In his collection of poetry, he writes with sincerity from a heart full of aching warmth. They are all for his wife, courageously leaving himself and his family vulnerable to a chaotic world.
“Forty Plus Years” will go straight to the heart of every couple, every family, every relationship. Be it from those struggling to maintain normalcy, to those in the middle of a nasty quarrel, or to those who always look for the most positive side of things; any kind of relationship will only work for the better when all beings concerned are willing to compromise. Knowing where you stand in the family tree is both a responsibility that requires a plethora of kind perception. Being the head of the family means leading the family to understand and accept all the flaws and beauty in each member.
Allen Cato’s poetry in “Forty Plus Years” may seem like a husband’s simple letter for his wife, but descend deeper into his heart and you will realize that even love can be timeless in such a time where nothing seems to last forever. Open your heart, brave every verse of Cato’s writings, and learn to believe in happily ever after.

“Forty Plus Years”
Written by Allen Cato
Published by Your Online Publicist
Published Date: January 2020
Paperback: $10.99
Ebook: $2.99
About the Author
In 1961, Allen Cato had a full scholarship in the biochemistry graduate school in Duke University. He worked at the hospital cafeteria at Duke Hospital, where he met Adrian, his wife, who was then a scholar at the nursing school of Rutherford Hospital. They married and moved to North Carolina. In a large house on a large farm, they raised their three kids—Jo, Mike, and Dan.

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 Love Poems
 Allen Cato

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