Should have been in Cardiff tonight. At culture club concert. Donna you had rang me in July so bloody exited your life long love affair with boy George at last you would get to see him.
Are you excited? You laughed dancing around my living room.
I’ve booked us a hotel we can make a weekend of it.
Wow bar and Christmas shopping!
I sat there I hadn’t answered the first question syou were so pleased I jokingly groaned you hit me with a pillow.
You positively glowed.
Posh hotel mind you carried on.
On the bay mind. You were in full Nessa flow now sing song Welsh
Remember last year you laughed. It was getting to be a bit of a ritual our Christmas shopping trips combined with your birthday.
Cocktails, dancing in wow bar, Chinese food you laughed and he would let us pay with a debit card insisted on us getting cash from the cash machine .
You sitting beside me now shaking belly laughing.
Ahhhh!! He told me he was keeping my bag until we came back with the money.
Do you remember?
Remember how could I forget, your shoes were in it old shoes you’d bought boots because it had rained and your shoe had split.
He was really rude. So you had marched off back to the hotel .
He can keep my bloody shoes!
The waking the next morning you’d looked at me panda eyed and groaned
Do you think we will be on crime watch?
That’s where we should be now walking back to our hotel.
Or standing looking out over Cardiff bay.
As I came out of spoken word Saturday this afternoon
A white feather caught on my black wrap.
I smiled and thought of you.
But that’s not unusual.
There isn’t a day since you left this earth plane that I haven’t thought of you.
Boy George in Cardiff doesn’t know what he missed.
I missed you today as everyday.
My random warrior friend.
I hope you were there beside him on stage as he sang.