Monthly Archives: November 2019

Watch you smile

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Wednesday 20th November

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Wish you could come back

And stay for a while

Oh the adventures we’d have

Then I could watch you smile

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Thinking of you

Missing you

Remembering you

Loving you

Forever and always

Precious Angel son

xxxxx

A good swell at Porthmeor Beach

Many surfers enjoying the waves

Cold winds and grey skies

An offshore wind blows off the tops of the waves

Always

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Monday 18th November

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Always in our thoughts

Forever in our hearts

So many memories

Love is where it starts

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Missing you poppet

Beloved Angel son

xxxxx

Blue sky at last

Railway viaduct at Hayle, carrying Penzance to Paddington trains

The viaduct is unique in the country, as it crosses over the same road twice; the B3301

In the breeze

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Sunday 17th November

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Today I saw you in the breeze

A gentle wind rustling through trees

Shaking free the golden leaves

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I touched you in the falling rain

Sparkling droplets as in champagne

All your memories to maintain

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I heard you in the pounding swell

In my heart is where you dwell

Wishing you hadn’t said farewell

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Love you to the moon and back

Treasured Angel son

xxxxx

Heavy showers over the sea this morning

Porthmeor beneath dark clouds this afternoon

Wide open space

Steely grey skies

Wherever you have walked

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Saturday 16th November

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Wherever you have walked

Wherever you have been

You left a sprinkling of memories

Which will remain evergreen

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Thinking of you with love

My Angel in heaven above

Sweet darling son

Forever young

xxxxx

Porthmeor Beach this afternoon

Low tide in the harbour

A few visitors on the sand

Reflections

The Wharf

In heaven you fly

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Friday 15th November

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You’re with me still

Always close by

Even though I know

In heaven you fly

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Remembering you

Thinking of you

Missing you

Loving you

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Precious Angel son

xxxxx

An empty Porthmeor Beach at low tide

Fast moving clouds overhead

Heavy showers rolling in

A gloomy harbour

Looking across to Porthminster Beach

More hospital visits

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Thursday 14th November

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More hospital visits

My twice yearly check-up

Dermatology, oncology

Blood pressure could ease up

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But currently

“N E D”

So very happy

All’s good, you see

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“No

Evidence

Of

Disease”

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Scans and biopsies

Show all’s well

See you in a year

Fears to dispel

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Six years post surgery

Life takes on a different persona

Melanoia and scanxiety

With metastatic melanoma

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Thinking of you always

My darling Angel son

xxxxx

Snow on the sides of the road in Oakhampton

Golden, autumnal colours in Exeter

Book of life

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Wednesday 13th November

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I hold your memory

Safely in your book of life

I can flick through the pages

Even though it cuts like a knife

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Chapter upon chapter

Adventures and escapades

So much fun and laughter

All those Disney parades

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It’s all there, documented

Your growth and development

I can visit the library

Then I’m in my element

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I keep the book so close to me

It’s worth, completely priceless

Yes, it makes me sad sometimes

But our precious love is like this

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Darling Angel son

xxxxx