CHARMAINE SIMPSON

Rookie (19-06-1969 / Adelaide - Australia)

For My Son on Valentine's Day Poem by CHARMAINE SIMPSON


To the love of my life on Valentine’s Day
My boy I do not need today to tell you I love you
I absolutely adore you and every little thing about you
I love your gorgeous face, your happy cheeky smile,
And the endless thoughts that I see within your mind
When I look beyond the ever changing color of your eyes

I cherish the friendship we have built over the years
The closeness we share is something so very special
We were meant to share this lifetime together Noah
The connection we have is a rare and priceless gift.

There is not a minute in my day you are not in my thoughts
There is not a thing in this world that could or will ever
Change the depth of love that I feel within my heart and
My soul for you – you are my wish come true.
Noah my precious one and only child you are my world
The love I give to you is endless.

Love Mum xxx


Valentine’s Day 2007

Submitted: Thursday, April 19, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, February 15, 2011

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