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Tag Archives: love
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I have never lived alone. Even when my marriage failed and a following relationship went belly up, I had somewhere to go, someone to care, someone to help pick up the pieces. I have also written…
The road ahead is long and lonely, There is one I care for only, Keeping his place within my heart, Knowing we’ll never be apart. ‘I love you dearly’, he’d always say, ‘But you know it’s impossible for me to … Continue reading
Thank you Lorraine for an interesting mix of challenges for the weekend. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/1325349246 I’ve chosen Love with a twist: Craft a “love story” in 25 to 150 words, with an unforeseen twist at the end. She knew she looked her best, and … Continue reading
Sleep softly my Lovely, Dream of peace and tranquility. Sleep soundly, my Love In a place of beauty and serenity. Sleep gently my Darling, Be enfolded in love everlasting. Sleep deeply, my Dearest, In comfort and warmth eternal. Sleep safely … Continue reading
I rest my hand here, Protecting you from demons, Your heart remains mine.
I have never lived alone. Even when my marriage failed and a following relationship went belly up, I had somewhere to go, someone to care, someone to help pick up the pieces. I have also written my view on the … Continue reading
‘Let me help you with that,’ he said as she struggled to open the door carrying umpteen packages. With a grateful smile, she thanked him, even more so as he took the heaviest bags from her and with ease carried … Continue reading
A symbol of faith, such a simple thing, Our way of respect and remembering Loved ones passed, the dearest of kin, Opening our hearts to let peace in. A candle stands alone so bright, A guiding beacon in the night, … Continue reading
I have reblogged a post entitled The Heartbreak of Dementia today and although I know my Mum won’t be reading this, I hope she knows somewhere in her mind that I think of her every day. Sadly, I also know … Continue reading