Monthly Archives: June 2018

I just stand

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Wednesday 20th June

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Sometimes I just stand

And up to the sky, I stare

Wishing you were beside me

Standing close by, right there

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You’d reach out, hold my hand

A great big smile on your face

Such a sweet, innocent child

No longer on this earthly place

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Now up there, among the clouds

With angels, you’re flying so high

Leaving us to carry on

Remembering, with a tearful eye

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Missing you sweetie

Love you forever

Beloved Angel son

xxxxxx

Misty, warm, and a small low tide swell on Porthmeor Beach

I know

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Monday 18th June

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I know you’ve gone

But I can’t move on

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Grief never ends

Sadness descends

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Our paths have changed

Life is rearranged

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I’m taking you with me

On each and every journey

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Here in my heart

So we’re never apart

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Memories remain

To ease the pain

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Love you poppet

Darling Angel son

xxxxxx

Down the hill, on the way to the beach

Low tide, and breezy on Porthmeor Beach

Someday

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Sunday 17th June

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Damp and grey

Misty today

Boats in the bay

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‘Greetings’ you’d say

On Father’s Day

But you’ve gone away

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In heaven you lay

Wish you could stay

Pain to allay

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As memories replay

Feels like yesterday

We’ll see you someday

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Treasured Angel son

xxxxxx

Porthgwidden Beach from the top of the Island

Looking beyond Porthgwidden to Porthminster Beach, and a misty Gwithian Towans

The Chapel on the top of the Island

Harbour at low tide

Dark grey clouds over Hayle

It will never be

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Saturday 16th June

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It will never be

How it used to be

You were here with me

Now you’re gone from me

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It can’t be me

It looks like me

But it’s not me

A different me

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Every day hurts

Becoming worse

But that’s OK

The pain will stay

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I’m just used to it

My heart being split

Rendered in two

Over losing you

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My darling Angel

Precious son

xxxxxx

Dinghies readying for the afternoon’s regatta

Three yachts now in the harbour

Soaring and swooping

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Friday 15th June

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Soaring and swooping

High amongst the clouds

Cumulus and nimbus

Way above the crowds

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Are you there, with them?

Darling Angel boy

Flying with the seabirds

Carefree, filled with joy

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Love you so much

Precious Angel son

xxxxxx

Porthmeor Beach

Soaring and swooping

Way above the crowds

Your soul does shine

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Thursday 14th June

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Thinking about you

With so much love

My darling angel

In heaven above

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My heart is with you

And yours with mine

Right here, right now

Your soul does shine

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Sweetheart Angel son

xxxxxx

Surf school on Porthmeor Beach

Less windy in the harbour

Fun and games with the Green Goblin, on one of many trips to Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure

And suddenly

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Wednesday 13th June

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And suddenly

You were gone

No longer here

At next day’s dawn

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And suddenly

You were there

Up in heaven

Such pain to bear

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And suddenly

Life’s rewritten

An empty space

So grief stricken

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And suddenly

Precious memories

Now become

Beautiful reveries

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My darling Angel son

Love you to the moon and back

Infinity and beyond

xxxxxx

Colourful beach huts at Porthgwidden

The harbour

Wish

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Monday 11th June

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Wish you were here

My Angel, my dear

I think you’re near

To fill me with cheer

Walking down the pier

The sea’s crystal clear

Don’t disappear

As your wings do veer

Through clouds you steer

No need for fear

Our love’s sincere

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Love you sweetheart

Darling Angel son

xxxxxx

Sunny, calm and warm in the harbour

Not much surf on Porthmeor Beach

Blue sea, blue sky

The lighthouse on Smeaton’s Pier