This week, Pamela and I celebrate two years together as a couple, and I would like to say how delighted I am. I was also reminded by my parents that they are celebrating their wedding anniverary this week (1st November). So, while shops sell out of fluffy big pink cuddly hearts and teddy bears mid-February, we are celebrating a romantic time in the windy and cold months of October/November. And instead of buying these pink fluffy hearts (and don’t call me a cheap-skate), I have written a poem for Pamela, which I am plonking online, with a song and a photo! She complains that she doesn’t appear as nearly enough in my blog as she feels she deserves to. Well, until next love x Only joking x te amo x
I encircle you 365 days a year,
I think of you every second of those days,
And your rays slash through clouds, rain clouds and thunder storms,
To bring a series of serene smiles from June to May.
You’re a bigger force than you would ever think,
You snap me away from a temper faster than I can blink,
Bringing me to laughter and a sea of calmness,
With no stiff words and a mettle that is harmless.
You make my Garden of Eden grow,
You make me feel warm with the same softness as a droplet of snow,
You make my hair more blond and my eyes more blue,
You bring serenity when the world is directionless and untrue.
You are my sun in more ways than one,
You light up my life, and his, and hers, and its,
You’ve gathered my bits and hauled me together,
You are my light, and you will always shine through any weather.