Robin Bamber lived in South Africa. He was diagnosed with terminal cancer and was given a few months to live. That was many years ago! He proceeded on a healing journey which he has recorded in his book “Stepping into Light”. Tragically his wife, Mary, died before he did after a trip to India.. He lived an eventful life in a cottage with his dogs and a few years ago, he joined his beloved Mary.
His books and tapes are available on Amazon.
For Mary, A Glass Of Wine
When you are sad and feeling blue, know I miss and feel for you.
Just fix your gaze upon the moon, from where I am, I’ll see it too.
To see the pale light on your face, the echoed moments, times of grace
When I stood beside you hand in hand, Oh! weren’t those moments blissful, grand!
I feel you now, your outstretched hand to touch my face; my lips to kiss,
Oh sweet embrace! gives thanks for depths of memories stored
Within my bosom I them hoard, until again, I know we’ll meet.
Our souls are joined, a one way street for us to follow, till
Time does end, again my broken heart to mend
Welcome death, I cannot wait to meet again
My love, my heart, my soul, my friend.
A glass of wine your taste
To thrill. Till gain
Lest in our sorrow we
Miss the gain pressed ‘pon our souls
That parting makes. Our growth, our strength to
Share with others. Our realisation, all are brothers