September 23, 2012 in Real Life Stories
Ann, Mundesley and Me
I stand in the chalet look east and look west
But you are not with me – you have gone to your rest
No longer will we walk to the beach or down the lane
Thankfully my darling you are free of your pain.
I am thankful for the times we shared in this palce
The laughter, the fun one can never replace
I walked the leafy lane from where we could see the sea
I stopped – I turned – there was only me
The sea it shone – such a sparkling hue
Just like your sparkling eyes of blue.
There is an air of quietness about the place
Can it know that you lost the race?
But life must go on that is clear
I have to face to future without fear
The road ahead may be gloomy or again may be bright
But day must be day and night must be night.
The 44 years we spent together are but a drop in the ocean of time
The good times were many, the bad times few – but I must not pine
May you rest in peace with the angels above
Always knowing that on earth Ann – you left masses of love.