A poem for my husband









If you’ve been following our blog up until now, you may or may not know that my husband is currently deployed in Afghanistan. 

We recently received some pretty bad news about his deployment, and I’ll be honest, I’m not handling it all that well. I’ve been on anti-depressants again for a few months now and only recently upped my dosage, and I felt like I was finally content with my life. After all, I have nothing to be depressed about right? 

Wrong. 

Depression affects the way you perceive everything. And so, Jamie, my darling husband (warning: if you’re reading this you might want a sick bucket to hand), there’s only one thing that is unaffected by this horrible illness, and that’s the way I feel about you and our girls. 

This is for you, for keeping me going through the tough times.

Our Love


Our love is like a tidal wave,
Powerful and strong.
Our love is like a piece of string;
It goes on and on and on.
Our love is like an hourglass -
Stuck forever in time.
Our love is like a rocket, 
Seeing how high it can climb.
Our love is like an envelope,
Enclosing everything we are.
Our love is like an aeroplane,
Taking us away someplace far.
Our love is like an ocean
With beautiful depths to find...
Our love is like the sun;
It can make any other man blind.
Our love is like an angel,
Flying across the earth.
Our love is like a goldmine
With its irresistible worth.
Our love is like a mountain,
Standing steadfast and tall.
Our love is like a safety net
To catch us when we fall.
Our love is like a fairytale
With the happiest ever after.
Our love is like a playground
Filled with so much laughter.
Our love is unconditional,
Evergreen like the trees.
Our love is everywhere,
And it means everything to me.


Keep Calm and Carry On Linking Sunday

Comments

  1. So beautiful and heartfelt, I hope he is safely back with you soon. #KCACOLS

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  2. Wow, those are beautiful words! I hope he reads it, is safe, and comes home soon to you and your family. #KCACOLS xoxo

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  3. This is absolutely stunning! Wow I don’t know how you’ve carried on with someone you love 4000 miles away. You’re a strong and beautiful lady ❤️ you made me cry tonight! #KCACOLS

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  4. Beautiful poem! Hope it is not too long before you are reunited :) Thank you for linking up with #KCACOLS hope you can join us again next time.

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  5. As a military child myself & with a military family I can totally relate to this. Not. Easy. At. All #KCACOLS

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