backtotop

Categories: poetry/ writing

The war we were in,
The war we survived,
You saved me as much as I you.
More so, I’m sure.

There was no way we’d part,
Your hobbled lower half no obstacle for me,
Nor the flames and enemy at our backs,
I carried not just you but me too.

To see you in that chair now,
Is not as painful anymore,
Because the smile of yours and the man you’ve found who loves you,
warms my heart.