What was it you saw in my heart?
So many years ago
A young man's body, a child's mind
So much growing up to do
Your brown eyes were a haven
Offering a kindness that was real
Through your eyes I found
A heart that was true
What did I have to offer?
I may never know
You welcomed me into your life
Without a clue
With a heart hardened by life's disdain
You taught me to live life with no restrain
No longer intoxicated, you set my life free
Love is the drug, you are my need
Always there with a supportive ear
You're my hope, you take away my fears
You tore down the walls I had built so strong
You showed me true courage, no more could I hide
Life's purpose is a mystery, its part of some big master plan
We look to the stars, when life takes a turn
I only need to look for the twinkle in your eyes
To find comfort in a heart so true
Happy Anniversary Sue.
Monday, August 2, 2010
All the world is a stage and this is the fourth image in a series entitled, "Beauty and the Performance". The terrific painting you see in the photograph is by artist William Schulman.