I felt the need to post a poem in honour of Bill. I don’t know who the author of this is, it’s just one of those suggested memorials published by the newspaper. I found it matched his character and my grief very well:
Always so good, unselfish and kind
None on this earth your equal I’ll find.
Honorable and true in all your ways,
Loving and faithful to the end of your days,
Honest and liberal, ever upright,
Just in your judgment, always right;
Loved by your friends and all whom you knew,
One in a million, that husband was you.
As time has passed, our hearts still sore,
As time rolls on we miss you more;
A loving husband, tender and kind.
What beautiful memories you left behind.
Today is not a particularly special date or a milestone since his passing that may have warranted a poem. I just felt the need . . .