Posted on 19th Jul 2021
The Note Son, I am sorry. I had always hoped that your mum would go first. Finding her like this, cold and lifeless, has broken my heart, torn me apart, literally. I love you and your sisters, and the grandchildren, of course I do, but mum was my rock, my strength, my support, my raison d.etre. Life without her would be unimaginably bleak, an existence, not a life. So, I am sorry, but it's my choice and there are worse ways to end everything than a bottle of best malt and some happy pills. When you find us, take comfort in our togetherness and tell the others that we love you all, always.
Posted on 15th Jul 2021
What children need... Snuggles and cuddles And jumping in puddles, Chocolate and cheesecake And noises that bees make, Laughter and lollies And jim-jams and jollies, Christmas and Santa And juvenile banter, Loving and laughter And dads acting dafter, Old pals, and new friends And mazes with dead ends, Starlight and moonshine And days in the sunshine, Christmas and parties And sweet apple tart is, When push comes to shove, Our children need love.
Posted on 11th Jul 2021
Why I love you... You have the grace of a dumper truck, The courage of a mouse, The looks of a duck billed platypus And the allure of a louse. You show the kindness of a sociopath, The morals of a whore, The discernment of a virus, But the wit of a shit house door!
Posted on 7th Jul 2021
watching the screen,
one mind, two bodies,
built over time,
Posted on 21st Jun 2021
The world's full of faux millionaires,
Who try to impress with their airs
And graces, who constantly swank
Of how much they have in the bank,
Who select only privileged mates
And have nothing to do with estates,
Unless it's a property they own
And can boast of how much it's grown.
Whose interests are only compound,
And the likes of which usually are found
Exclusively in the best seats
At sporting events and such treats,
Where they sit and hold court, and they brag
Of their jets and their ill gotten swag,
Granted knighthoods for whom they might know
From Cambridge or Oxford, or even Harrow.
Look at me, see my wealth, what I've got
My luxury cars and my yacht.
They work every hour God sends
To accumulate more and more spends,
Which usually results in, of course
A history of splits and divorce,
So, for all they amass and accrue
I trump the whole lot, I've got you.
Posted on 12th Jun 2021
My darling child,
as you journey through life,
I wish you love.
Not the destructive love
of wealth and material things,
but the constant love
of family and friends.
Not that selfish love
of my, me, self
but the fulfilling love
of helping others.
As you grow older,
I pray that you will learn to love
truth, honesty, justice, integrity,
health, happiness, freedom and equality.
I wish you
the passionate love
of a lover,
and the faithful love
of a soul mate,
but most of all
love of life.
My child, I love you
and I give you
my parental love,
unceasing and unconditional
until the day I die.
Posted on 10th Jun 2021
A physio called Fizz
And a doctor named Liz
Had a steamy and passionate affair.
The poor NHS
Paid for states of undress
Any time, any place, anywhere.
Posted on 9th Jun 2021
The colour of grass, of leaves, fresh limes
Rebirth, renewal and hopeful times.
Green for go, for yes, for caring,
Issues environmental, sharing.
It is growth, it's nature in all its glory.
New shoots telling a different story,
Jealousy, envy, so no surprise
That green is the colour of your beautiful eyes.
Posted on 20th May 2021
Planned April twenty twenty-one
Australia to see my son.
Fortieth birthday, surprise treat,
Not aware, so act discreet.
Two years in, Covid's not done,
Postpone to Christmas twenty-one.
Aussies keep their borders shut,
Situation, now clear cut.
Staying closed till twenty-two
Christmas next will have to do!
A small, small world, we used to say,
But suddenly, he's far away.
I'll have to wait for that big hug,
A victim of that wretched bug.
At least we're here, so can't complain
A lot won't see loved ones again.
Those who come through live and kicking
Be thankful that your clock's still ticking.
Next time you, your loved ones see
Give them an extra hug, from me.
Posted on 2nd May 2021
A slippery customer A snake, of a loving compunction, Was served, by his wife, an injunction. She wanted divorce, Stating reasons because, Her male had a reptile dysfunction.