Y O U

I honored my heart today.

It had desire to clean, hunt for and destroy cobwebs, spiders and dust. This then was exactly how the day was spent.

I honored my heart today.
It had desire to think upon you, pausing frequently in gratitude and appreciation for your life, its priceless value in mine and in others.

I honored my heart today.
I sang the songs you’ve sent over time, those direct and indirect, allowing myself the luxury to lean into longing and desire, to taste the memory of your touch and feel the love in your eyes.

I honored my heart today.
I cried. It happened when in a moment it occurred to me that you’d never seen me in an old pair of shoes yet somehow became a cobbler of my broken steps. The vision of your creativity was clear and was confirmed as inspirational impetus to the creativity of others.

I honored my heart today.
Life is fickle and words too often elusive yet in this moment all I can give. While I wish to give more, it must be acknowledged that what we have now can’t escape honor. It is beautiful and I thank you. If I were to become blind and mute overnight, no longer able to read, write or hear, I want you to know your love has been integral in repairing my steps and if we fall away never to touch again, our next destination shall be space, the home of explorers and those whose dreams always come true.

You will always be my masterful and handsome muse and I love you forever.