This is for all the women out there, that feel unappreciated.
My wife especially.
I have no doubt that she often feels this way, but really needn't.
There isn't a moment in any day, that I don't appreciate everything that she
does for myself and our boys.
Sometimes it gets over-looked, if we're all busy doing our own thing, but,
never is she out of our thoughts.
I wrote a poem for her when we were first going out, (You Are Me), which
was one of my earliest posts on here, which asks: what is the most romantic
thing you can say?
"You are me." It says it all.
She is a large part in the unfinished jigsaw, that is me.
The first night we went out, I told her we would be married.
For those of you who don't know me. If I say something, it's genuinely what
I feel. I knew from that moment, that she would be my wife.
It's now coming up to 25 years together, this Summer, and (pain in the arse,
or not), I love her more each year.
This is another poem that I wrote, about one of the first times that we met:
Woman In Black
The woman in black, slips a smile
The smile of innocence
Not the precocious grin of knowing
Why don't you know me?
Why can't you accept, trust me?
If you'd look inside me
You would see me
You would see you
The sexuality always intriguing
The mind, more fulfilling
I love you....