For Dollface's birthday I gave her an extravagant and intangible gift. Placed in a small box, light as air, and wrapped in Sponge Bob birthday paper. In the accompanying card I wrote another poem to express my love for her and with her permission I'm posting it here:
I don't know what to write.
I am at a loss.
My muse has up left me.
The writer has been blocked.
A birthday wish should be ethereal.
Light and full of joy.
For this, your birthday, I wish
To you, not a care in the world.
Such days are reserved for pleasantries.
Lighthearted fun and toys.
Candy, cake, and ice cream.
And other trinkets of joy.
We are gathered here to celebrate.
And to open a gift most fair.
For the birthday of my cherished love.
The Dollface that I hold most dear.
So have some cake and icing
And maybe a cookie or two
And open the gift before you.
From he, your love so true.
And remember these words I've written.
And remember the love we both feel.
For while the offering is intangible.
The extravagance is very real.
The image at left is called "Rabbit's Delight" and it's the birthday card that I gave to Dollface. You may not be able to tell from the small image, but the rabbits are eating the icing flowers off of a birthday cake. The endearment inside reads "Have a little cake with your icing."
It was created by Maili Poag and you can see this and more of her beautiful anthropomorphic cards at Toadstool Designs.