Dreams past are all I have
of you today,
Of memories together,Of times we thought would
Of laughter and of sunshine,Of grief and
We held each others joy,And we felt each others
And as I gaze now upon life's road,And its journey to the end,
I know that somewhere beyond the horizon,I will find your smile
As I gaze upon a sunset,Or a rainbow in my dreams
I know that there's a place,That I have never been,
of beauty and of riches,And of peace we've never
of a garden tended beautiful,No weeds overgrown.
A babbling brook and waterfall,Like nothing ever seen,
I know that once I get there,I will never want to leave.
I wrote this poem with you in mind.
Thinking of you at this sad time
Thank you so much my dear friend. I didn't know you were a poet as well - such beautiful words. I showed to Lynne's daughter Jenny and it brought tears to her eyes. So many people from all over the world are touched by Lynne's death...but my little sister deserved it...
So grateful if you could email me your poem as I'd like to keep it...
I love the meadow - is that one of your New Zealand shots? I decided against doing a poem, I keep repeating the same rhyme over and over. My doctor says it's just a phrase I'm going through.
Glad you liked it........no it's not New Zealand.
Actually it was taken in the Emperor's Japanese Iris Garden in Yoyogi Park in Japan. I knew that Cindy liked Japanese things and then remembered this garden and thought it was perfect.
Dianne, I never knew you wrote poetry and it was a lovely gift to Cindy in remembrance of her dear sister. Your painting was lovely, too.
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