Use blanket as a noun, adjective, or verb. Describe a blanket, real or imagined. Make a blanket statement. Be cozy, dark, sensual, or funny. Maybe you want to blanket us with sunshine or warmth or blanket us under snow. Your choice, as long as your poem is 44 words.
Come on in the sun does shine I’ll be your love if you’ll be mine we walk along the road we take the garden path for love we make Below the sky above the ground we’ll walk away without a sound Cherish us for we are life I’m your husband you’re my wife.
Have you ever lost a child? Have you had to say goodbye to a being that had nothing but love for you? Have you ever had to think of all the things that still needed to be done? Have you ever said that only a child should bury a parent, never the other way around?
If you have ever lost a child you wouldn’t care what they looked like, what clothes they wore, what lovers they had, or what made them happy. You would love that they were alive.
I would take my son back no matter what choices he ever wanted to make no matter what mistakes he ever made no matter how many times he messed up.
Think about it. Why hate a person while they are alive when you can’t do anything but cry when they are gone?
When I look at you nothing else matters My love for you is like the Mad Hatter’s love for a tea party in a deep wood Oh how I’d hold you if only I could My heart still does flutter when I see you All of my heart and soul, it’s whole-heartedly true.