Flying home from Budapest
To overcome my main life’s test,
Long summer nights and mental downs
Seizures and confusion, I writhed and howled;
Night became day; time a constant merge
Into endlessness and tasks deferred.
Wickets fell, as Summer decomposed
Welcoming the Autumn I suppose.
A time of change, chills and mist
But you were never, ever on my list.
A fleeting moment of mindless swipes
You were the one to catch my eye.
And now we welcome in the snow,
We’ve just begun and so far to go!
The days are shorter, and the sun fades fast
Yet this warmth for you is built to last.
I shiver but not from Winter’s chill…
But from life enriched with endless thrills.