Who are Henry and Paul?
I’ve never really been sure if I had ever made it clear who exactly they are to me, so here we go!
Henry is my nine year old son who is a young carer as my illness affects him mentally in a bad way – as well as the knowledge that his father is approaching an elderly age, so young carers gives him the opportunity to learn to cope and have fun and have someone to talk to every two weeks.
Paul is my common law husband as the older generation would call it, we are not officially married and have lived together for twelve years, and Paul is 27yrs my senior and is a former officer of the royal navy who has served in the Falklands when I was a toddler. He is also my primary carer.
In the land of the kelp dragons all mossy and green
The creatures are preparing a coronation for a new fairy queen
Her dress is green felt embroidered with ferns and her crown is gold apricots that won’t spoil or turn
She rides to the scene with an elegant mare, that’s decorated with blueberries, apples and pears
The dragons sit around protecting the queen
Nothing can harm them, they are too supreme
The fairies all gather around in the fen
As the dragons give their blessings to the queen and them
Before the dawn comes all have fun at the ball
The royal procession is fun time for all
Before the sunrises, the queen kisses goodbye, to all the kelp dragons and tries not to cry
Because she won’t ever see them again, as they only come to fairies if its coronation time again