Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Christmas Came Early

Christmas came early
Unsought, unexpected
Soft whispers, soft touchings

Christmas came early
A love unknown
A love discovered

Christmas came early
A peace undescribable
A peace dwelling deep

Christmas came early
A joy unspeakable
A joy overflowing

Christmas came early
A new future arises
No longer alone


sage said...

Nice poem and beautiful photo, and blessings upon your "early Christmas."

Anonymous said...

Lovely poem that sounds like its from your heart. May your Christmas be filled with joy.
Nice photo of the bleeding heart plant.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful flower, what a treat for Christmas.

Beautiful poem, yours?

Ash said...

Very beautiful :-)

christina said...

Lovely. I just read about your wonderful news at another blog and I'm so happy for you. Sometimes the unexpected turns out to be the best thing that could ever happen, doesn't it? This is going to be a great Christmas :-)

backpack_everyday said...

Hi tim long time no see....The below post is amazing.I like the dried up tree.

M(urf)! said...

This poem seems appropriate since I just learned that...YOU HAVE A GIRLFRIEND. Why did we not know this? :-)

Ginnie said...

"Weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning." (Psalms 30:5)

I'm so totally thrilled for you, Tim. It couldn't have happened to a better guy! And I mean that sincerely. :)

Shionge said...

Hmmm...so here's my early Christmas wishes for you and your family too :D

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, sage. I appreciate your blessing.

Thanks photowannabe. It is from my heart. May you have a joyous Christmas, too. :)

Thanks, faye pekas. You are right; she is a special gift to me. And, yes, I wrote the poem. :)

Thanks, ash.

Thanks, christina. You are so right. And this is the case here. :)

Thanks, backpack_everyday. It is good to see you again. :)

Thanks, murf. Sometimes things take time before they are ready to be public knowledge. :)

Thanks, ginnie. It is neat to have supportive people like you. :)

Thanks, shionge. I appreciate your Christmas wishes.

mreddie said...

Great photo and poem - I'm reading much emotion between the lines - also wound up in every word of it. ec

Anonymous said...

The poem is very touching. Makes me feel this new love.

Ya done good Tim. Wishing the very very best to both of you.

Anonymous said...

I just had to come back and say how happy I am that you have found the love of your life. What a wonderful Christmas gift. God bless you Tim and your honey too.

Anonymous said...

so l-o-v-e-l-y flower! umm...is it a fuschia by any chance? umm
...looks like it without the leaves? ;))

merry christmas to you...and hope the coming new year will bring you more blessings...good health...love
...and more exciting adventures
...take care please! ;;)

Anonymous said...

I love bleeding hearts, and that is a beautiful picture of one.... Is that a Tim Rice poem? Very nice.....

Anil P said...

Their color is almost in defiance of the dark. It must take quite a bit for their fragility to hold up against their surroundings.

Lovely picture.

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, mreddie. There is much emotion wound up in that poem and rightfully so! :)

Thanks, faye pekas. Your comments mean a lot to me. :)

Thanks, photowannabe. I appreciate your congratulations for the two of us.

Thanks, cattleya©. I appreciate your blessing for the coming year.

Thanks, judypatooote. Yes, it's a poem original with me. :)

Thanks, anil p. I'm glad you enjoyed the photo.

M(urf)! said...

Guys always do seem to move WAY too slow, sometimes. ;-)

Tim Rice said...

Hi, murf. Sometimes they move too fast, too. ;)

Anonymous said...

Beautiful photo and great post.

Anonymous said...

lovely pic!
and a touching poem, of hope and neww love..:)

Sarad said...

Merry Christmas and happy New Year Mr. Tim.