So you may not be as into poetry as I am, and that's okay. But here's the thing: If you're not a "poetry person" but you are married, I think you may like "Marry Me," a senryu sequence by Veronica Patterson.
(I am not enough of a poetry person to know what that is, so I'll tell you what I learned: Senryu is a Japanese form, like haiku, but it is about people instead of nature.)
I found this poem today in my local paper... Okay, it was actually yesterday's paper. I'm always behind.
Anyway, "Marry Me" is part of the American Life in Poetry series, a program of the Poetry Foundation. I hope you like it.
And tonight, when you go to bed, marry your beloved again... if only because you can.