i love you much(most beautiful darling)
more than anyone on the earth and i
like you better than everything in the sky
-sunlight and singing welcome your coming
although winter may be everywhere
with such a silence and such a darkness
noone can quite begin to guess
(except my life)the true time of year-
and if what calls itself a world should have
the luck to hear such singing(or glimpse such
sunlight as will leap higher than high
through gayer than gayest someone’s heart at your each
nearness)everyone certainly would(my
most beautiful darling)believe in nothing but love
Or, at least that was the rant that I thought I’d be writing. Thankfully, my Tumblr Chrome extension lost that rant and I’ve calmed down a little.
I’m just going to come out and say it: I’m proudly dating a member of the police. My boyfriend is a community support officer, and he is the kindest, funniest, sweetest, most honest and genuinely good-natured man I have ever had the good fortune to know beside my Grandad alone. He doesn’t have a single bad bone in his body. He joined the force because he wanted to help people, and to make a difference.
It breaks my heart every day when he calls me and tells me he’s been given abuse simply because of his uniform. I’m constantly amazed that he keeps on going in spite of it. But it really got me down when I discovered that in the space of a few days, his car alone on a street of many has been targeted both for theft and vandalism. It seems far too coincidental that his car - of all of them - is subject to such misfortune.
To the sorts of people who would ever do something like that to someone just because of their career or lifestyle choice: I hope you get an illness there’s no cure for, and you suffer hopelessly for no reason. I hope you look back on all of the choices you’ve made and wonder every day why you, of all people, suffer such ‘injustice’. You deserve it.