è come soffocare
di quel sorriso
e quegli occhi
che appena visti
mi sono sembrati eterni
e fermi nel tempo.
come non ci fosse altro
ad interrompere quello che
ci stavamo dicendo
This is love!
alots been happening since friday. i've had to delete my blog because it was being used as part of a smear campaign to have cohen taken off me. however he is home and i really hope for his sake his father and i can do our best to make cohen's life as happy and easy as possible.
i've not seen him for 5 days since kevin took him while i was at work. it's been the worst time i have ever been through. the support i have received has been overwhelming quite literally cried loads over peoples kindness. but onwards and upwards. here's to single mamas!
“the more we live, more brief appear
our life's succeeding stages;
a day to childhood seems a year,
and years like passing ages.
the gladsome current of our youth,
ere passion yet disorders,
steals lingering like a river smooth
along its grassy borders.
but as the careworn cheek grows wan,
and sorrow's shafts fly thicker,
ye stars, that measure life to man,
why seem your courses quicker?
when joys have lost their bloom and breath,
and life itself is vapid,
why, as we reach the falls of death
feel we its tide more rapid?
it may be strange—yet who would change
time's course to slower speeding,
when one by one our friends have gone,
and left our bosoms bleeding?
heaven gives our years of fading strength
and those of youth, a seeming length,
proportion'd to their sweetness.” by thomas campbell