George Bernard Hough
Life Alone - Poem by George Bernard Hough
We knew the time would have to come
when our loving pair, with god`s will done,
would suddenly change and then become
a silent world of only one.
it happened just some weeks ago
you left me, lonely, and alone.
in winters cold and swirling snow
to face the future on my own.
Though friends and family rally round
to show their love in word and deed.
The emptiness that i have found
cannot be filled by others creed.
No words can tell how much I miss
Your` presence in my daily life
A touch of hands a loving kiss
That meant so much from you my wife.
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