Tag: love

A Silly Poem For My Wife On Valentine’s Day

Please be mine On this day of Valentine It’s not like you have a choice So you might as well rejoice Because you are my wife And that’s a job for life Unless of course You have grounds for divorce But you’ve stuck with me this long To leave now would be wrong And if…

Desperate Lover

I know I said I’d write A poem about you But I can’t do it now Cos I really need the loo You know that I adore you And I would try to write it first But I just can’t hold it in Cos I’m about to burst My poem will be lovely I’m sure…

A Sententious Sonnet

How do I love thee, let me count the ways Although perhaps counting is not for now When I’m trying my best to express how I feel about you today of all days Maths is not a noted way to give praise Quantity of sentiments won’t allow Expressions of feelings of love to thou Indeed,…

This One Could’ve Gone Either Way…

Welcome to another instalment of Artist’s Corner. After a slightly surreal couple of weeks I decided to go in a different direction this week and drew a portrait of Mrs Proclaims and me. The likeness is uncanny. Still, there was a slight chance that my beloved wife would be offended by the above interpretation of us……

James Complains About Free Stuff

It’s a popular maxim that ‘the best things in life are free’. I’m less than convinced that’s the case. I’m not sure that there’s much at all in life that’s actually free, let alone the best things. In fact, so convinced am I that the best things in life aren’t free, that I actually did…