I love you

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Friday 26th August
   

I love you like I love you.

  

Loved you yesterday, love you still

Always have, always will.
  

I love you today, tomorrow, forever.

  

I love you to the moon and back,

Around the planets and all the stars.

  

I just love you, plain and simple.

  

I love you, Angel son.
xxxxxx

High tide in the harbour this morning

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  1. Beautifully written, it reminded me of my two young sons and a poem I wrote for them! Thanks for sharing, and making smiles come alive!

    “Butterflies”

    Whenever I see the butterflies flying
    I am reminded of your smiling faces,
    As I see them taking wing into the sky
    I feel emotions which are never displaced

    For inside, my heart also live the butterflies
    As they come to life within me each day
    While I count the different memories of you
    Which in my thoughts and dreams will stay

    The brightness of their many vibrant colors
    Produce a vivid rainbow deep within my mind
    Which fills my heart with such unwavering joy
    Allowing me to enjoy them for an endless time

    The butterflies will be my deepest treasure
    Leaving me never again feeling the same
    As the peace they bring to me cannot be measured
    For on their wings are imprinted your name

    Wendell A. Brown,
    Copyright 2011.

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    • Oh my.
      Your poem is just so beautiful.
      Thank you very much indeed for sharing it here.
      I love the idea of butterflies within the heart, daily coming alive, with memories, bringing such joy.
      Absolutely perfect.
      x

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