Celia Miller - Jeanette Owens


From Jeanette Owens - 15th December, 2007


This poem came into my head when I was still half asleep, I had to write it down quickly when I woke up properly before I forgot it, I do hope you don't mind me sending it to you.

To my wife

Celia you were my wife
But more than that
You were my life

The horses and the dogs
They mourn
Ne'er more to see you in the dawn

My life's companion
You have always been
For my ideas, always keen

I wish you peace
Where you have gone
Until, again, we will be one

I wondered about sending this to you but then thought something must have put it into my head so I should let you know about it.

No intention to upset you, I only hope you like it.