I Shall Love You Today

“I shall love you today and tomorrow, my love
And in all the tomorrows there are.
I shall love you as long as there lingers a song,
And the sky has a single star.
In the spring when the wind is a gentle breeze
And the rain and the roses are here;
In the summery days when the friendly rays
Of the golden sun appear;
In the lonely lap of the autumn months
Where the beautiful leaves must fall,
And again in the night when the fields are white
In the folds of their wintry shawl.
I shall love you while ever a mountain stands
And the waves of the ocean pass,
And until the sands of the farthest lands
Have run through the hour-glass.
I shall love you as much as my heart can love
Wherever, my love, you are.
I shall love you as long as there lingers a song,
And the sky has a single star.”
-James J. Metcalfe

This has just become my new favorite poem. It’s so lovely! One of my sisters-in-law just had a baby shower and I used this poem to make a mixed media sumthin’-sumthin’ for her and her little girl on the way.

It started as this

then this…(her girl’s color was purple)

purple frame

and a bunch of this mess (not including the syrup)…

That is why I so need a craft room.

The poem. My Honeypie suggested and carried out the burning of the paper:

Some lace-y type remnants, a button, and a star bead that I’ve had for like, five years. The bead is kinda hard to see, it’s that little gray thing off to the upper left of the button.

And we ended up with this:

Haha, I couldn’t resist. He just didn’t want to be in the picture.

Now, I know these aren’t the best pictures, but I was going to be late and I still had to get my face on! Basically, you get the idea–Mixed media gift poem!

 

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3 thoughts on “I Shall Love You Today

    • No!! That’s what is so amazing! I just primed it with white spray paint and then used that acrylic craft paint (they even had it at the Wal-Mart here of all places!) and then i painted it with a bristle brush…not the sponge kind…my mom probably knows what they are called…Anyway, then I wiped it down with a paper towel. <—probably the longest run on sentence of my life. That's it! I had to use a blow dryer to dry it to get it done in time haha.

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