Thursday, 13 November 2008

Anything I Need

When I am hungry he cooks for me.

When I am sad he comforts me.

When I am frightened he holds me tight and vows to protect me.

When I am bored he amuses me.

When I am badly behaved he forgives me.

When I am being an arse he tells me.

When I am amorous he makes love to me.

When I am surging ahead he keeps up with me.

And when I am cold at night he lets me wrap my chilled body around him and leech away his body heat.

10 comments:

somechileanwoman said...

I'm all needy now. Where's my man?

Southern Sage said...

he sounds like a keeper to me!

Old and past it said...

Well. My first thought is "Steady on, this is getting a bit uxorious". My second - "what is she hiding?". I truly am a bitter old cynic and there is no hope for me, but I am glad there is some for you.

Freddy said...

i was waiting for the punchline
but it seems you do just fine
without one now and then
the fella you describe
comes from a vanishing tribe
i trust you tell him when
he's vital to your life
that you're pleased to be his wife
and that when he is a cock, you'll be his hen

Carnalis said...

lucky luka, lucky hubby x

Jackie Adshead said...

Sounds like a good man to me - hang on to him (specially on a cold winters night!).

Luka said...

SomeChileanWoman - have you tried down the pub?

Southern Sage - most assuredly.

Old and Past It - oh, I could have written a cynical post, but it is good to flag up the good stuff now and then for a bit of contrast. It's sick-making, I know, but I need to do it now and then after I've had a bellyfull of "my lover is the best thing evah" nonsense on other blogs.

Freddy - I try to tell him every day, and, more importantly, show him.

Carnalis - yes, I am lucky and I know it x

Jackie - I will indeed!

B said...

I'm all for flagging up the good stuff. Great post Luka, and it reminds me what I have too. (not that I needed reminding)

one worry though...

maybe we're married to the same man?

Luka said...

B - now wouldn't that be an ironic twist? :)

puckrup said...

Never mind all that Hollywood shite - this is one of the most romantic pieces I've read. Good woman! Let this be a slap in the face to those who don't see your depths!