Lady Lynda decided to write a sentimental poem on the subject of her endearing love for Seymour Toze.
I still remember how we met that day in high school.
We were in swin class at a borrowed pool.
I still recall how shy he looked with his head down.
Yet I could tell even then he was no fool.
Our eyes gazed upon each other.
I felt as if my heart leaped out of my soul.
He gazed upon me in my pert two piece bathing suit.
He perused my body as it was a pirates treasure map.
He focused on my toes because he seemed to shy to look up.
He seemed so vulnerable at that moment like a lost pup.
Then he lifted his eyes and stared into mine.
He immedimately noticed my eyes were different hues.
He thought that was interesting so very fine.
I knew then he would be mine.
He let me know first thing he noticed were my epicanthus.
My flat bridge
I didn’t know what to feel. I just knew it was just him And me no matter how
many other students were on that campus.
Throughout the years we shared a love so deep and true
Though we never said I do.
From the moment we started to live in unity
I knew that we would live in harmony.
When I was at my shyest most sensitive
It was a magical moment
I still treasure
It was a time well spent
It was an encounter that was a wonderful pleasure..
Now I alone gaze down upon
Your resting place since you’ve been gone;
Now, Love, this rose inside my heart
Has lost it’s petals one by one