And you used to laugh.
What a laugh you had, what a great magnificent happy laugh. You'd throw back your head and it'd come from somewhere deep inside you, the laugh that made me want to grin like a happy fool.
It was so sudden, the way you laughed, always a surprise.
And it would remind me of the wet earth on a rainy night, of wood nymphs singing to Mother Moon, of a thousand windbells rushing down the hills in a golden cascade.
It would remind me of things I had not even experienced, and yet it made me feel so secure... so loved. And I would envelope myself in that feeling; of love, of happiness.
That is how I like to remember you. The sunlight catching the bronze in your hair, the light in your eyes burning in it's intensity- and you laughing that laugh, the one that made me grin like a happy fool.