Monday, March 28, 2011

Love's World



Blue Sky


As I said before, poetry is not my natural medium. Still, poetry and music have been much on my mind lately. In response to my previous and rather depressing offering, the ever-resilient TechnoBabe asked if I'd written anything that reflects a more current state of mind. The short answer is no. However, I will share one more poem that is close and that is, perhaps, my personal favorite.


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Once upon a lonely I'm
Happy in a sudden let's
Show me how a heart forgets

Caught between a have of or
Rainier than Autumn sighs
Hold me in your sparkling eyes

Lost inside a flash of if
Something less than very we
Something more than simply me

Show me how a heart forgets
Stranded on a shoal of time
Happy in a sudden let's
Once upon a lonely I'm


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Written about and for the woman who would become Mrs. Cricket, soon after we met. Her eyes are an alarming shade of pale blue and do, in fact, sparkle. Fourteen years later, I still mean every word.


Respectfully Yours,


Cricket




13 comments:

Gaston Studio said...

Lucky girl, Mrs. Cricket.

Nicely done too.

Bossy Betty said...

Awwwww... So sweet.

Suldog said...

For some bizarre reason, this brings to mind A. A. Milne, albeit with a mature edge.

Andy said...

Good pome, cricket. I liked it a lot.

Really.

Man, I truly understand how it is to love ONE WOMAN more than all the rest that desired my love.

Really, I do. Nyuk...

Congrats on 14 years with the love of your life. Pam and I will soon (April 7) celebrate our 32nd anniversary. And, it was 2 1/2 years before that when we started dating. I never cared a bit about another girl after the night I saw her across a crowded room... met her in the Airline High School Gym the night before she turned 16 at a basketball tournament (November 19, 1976).

Good on you, my friend. Good stuff.

HA!!!! Word verification: tickey

ds said...

What a lovely pair of Crickets you are. Your song is very sweet.

Hilary said...

You ole softie.. that's really lovely. :)

lime said...

how lovely is that, both the poem and that she still makes you weak in the knees. thanks for this very personal glimpse of love.

Ananda girl said...

That is so beautiful!

Zuzana said...

An absolutely beautiful love poem. Speaks volumes to a hopeless romantic such as me.;)
Thank you so much for stopping by my place via Hilary's and for your kind comment - I truly appreciate your words.
xoxo

ladyfi said...

How lovely! Happy anniversary!

ellen abbott said...

just wanted to pop in and say thanks for visiting.

tattytiara said...

That's great - it's got so much buoyancy and joy.

Barb said...

Cricket, What a wonderful tribute both then and now to your wife.