(15/07/56 / Curragh Camp, Co. Kildare, Eire.)


You’ve waited patiently
For me to love you
The way you love me
At first I was scared
To open my heart and be hurt
But the gentle kisses on my neck
Relaxed my spirit
And allowed me to feel
To embrace the feeling of love
Being loved in return
Is the greatest feeling in the world
Its all I have ever wanted
I feel comfortable with you
Everything feels so right
All I ask is for you
To love me for me
And always be true
My love will fulfill
You’re every need and desire
For the rest of our lives
I gave you my heart
And all that it entails
Treat it with care
My words were true
When I said that I love you
Because I gave you my heart tonight

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Such gifts as the gift of the moon are what make life bareable, help us to deal with sorrow, keep going. If it were not for these gifts, the flow of the river would become too inviting...but the moon, peeping out from behind the buildings, casting off her clouds for a moment...leads us home, to safety for one more night. I would weep at such a gift, and rejoice.
You tell a story about a stranger in the night, poetry, a naked moon involved, as if it happened in that year anno 1389... It sounds romantic and nostalgic - wandering to home - no cars, no public transport, lost to the world - two stranger becoming more rich with now money exchange - just words...Very well penned!
'The soft frost of sorrow.' is beautiful, as is 'his moon still tightly held in my mind'. A poignant bitter-sweet story that demands several readings. love, Allie ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥