Thursday, March 1, 2018

To My Dear One/dVerse

To My Dear One

Much has happened since you went away
I still regret you couldn’t stay
Hold you in my memory
And you remain my love to me

The sun shines most days
Many more times than rain
The black cows are still in the golden fields
The skies are still that incredible blue

The winter seems to have been mild
With very little snow
We still talk about you most everyday
Do you remember the little black dog

And the way you cocked your sailor hat
Or that cowboy outfit you liked to wear
Our path was not always smooth
There is no one I would have liked better to share it with

March 1, 2018






10 comments:

brudberg said...

This is so poignant.. the little black dog and the sailor suit especially... an excellent recipient of your letter

Toni Spencer said...

So much love in this letter...the sky is still blue...the little back dog...life goes on. Things come and go but still, your love is still in your heart and memory.

Toni Spencer said...

So much love.....the sky is still blue and life goes on but...the little black dog...your love is still your love and always will be.

Donna@LivingFromHappiness said...

A deep love for your dear one that will forever be on your lips and in your heart....so beautiful Annell!

Frank Hubeny said...

Nice letter missing a dear friend. I liked the lines about the Sun shining more than it rains.

Grace said...

Such a sweet sweet letter....so much to say to your dear loved one.

Truedessa said...

Remembering the little black dog...one can feel the compassion and love in each line.

Kim Russell said...

Your letter poem is so poignant, Annell, and memories of childhood friends, or is it a sibling, are always precious.

Magaly Guerrero said...

Loss always remembers...

Other Mary said...

This is a sad, sweet, touching. The details you mention are more poignant than a more direct declaration of loss. Artfully done.

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