Jayne Davies (5th October 1960 / Abercynon, Rhondda Cynon Taff)
A Picture Of You
If I could paint a picture,
With only you in mind,
Filled with special memories,
And the love you left behind,
I'd place some glistening dew drops,
For the tears I cried in vain,
And think of the day you left us,
Life will never be the same.
There sits a brave old Lion,
Beneath a shower of rain,
I see your strength and courage,
As you went through so much pain.
Then in the trees, there stands a girl,
Amidst the flowers Blue,
That girl is me, I pick a bunch,
Especially for you.
I place a Sun above the clouds,
That shines so splendidly,
That sun is you, your happy face,
Looks down so tenderly.
A stream flows by, beneath the sky,
A dove flies from above,
And brings with it, a special gift,
The gift of a Mothers love.
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