Angela Wybrow

(Salisbury, Wilts, UK)

What You Mean To Me


You’re the jam upon my bread;
The sweet dream in my head.
You’re the icing on the cake;
The shimmer on the lake.

You’re the sugar in my tea;
The sparkle of the sea.
You’re the brightness of the sun;
The spiciness of a bun.

You’re the melody of a tune;
The glow upon the moon.
You’re the treacle in my tart;
The beat within my heart.

You’re the wish within a well;
The tinkling of a bell.
You’re the honey on my toast;
The Yorkshire with my roast.

You’re the song of every bird;
The sweetness of lemon curd.
You’re the fragrance of a rose;
The sand beneath my toes.

You’re the filling in my pie;
The apple of my eye.
You’re the freshness of the rain;
The heat in every flame.

I want the world to see
Just what you mean to me.

Submitted: Sunday, March 09, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 10, 2014

Topic(s): Love


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