You & Me is a delightful original poem by The Original Poet, Lizzie Mole. There are so many ways to say I love you, but some of those ways can be prone to cliché. We think that this sweet verse with its lullabied-snails and duvet-wrapped hugs, puts a fresh spin on an ageless theme.
Perfect for an anniversary or birthday, a valentines gift, or even a wedding present to your intended. Whatever the occasion, it’s always nice to celebrate the You to your Me.
This poem is also available as a foiled print
Paper size A4 - 21 x 29.7 cm
All our poems are printed on the highest quality archival papers from heritage paper merchant GF Smith.
The fine-grain smooth art paper is 240gsm and has been selected specifically for our printing and foiling, to ensure a beautiful finish.
Each print is hand-embossed with The Original Poet's initialled branding.
A4 outside frame size - 24.2 x 30.3 cm with depth of 3.7 cm
Our frames are handmade in Brighton by a highly skilled framer specialising in hand-finishing. We've chosen a simple hand-painted white wooden frame to complement our poem prints.
The frame has been designed with a recess, which means there is a space between the the print and the glazing. This creates a professional gallery-style finish, not found in high street frames.
The frame is made from sustainably sourced pine and is glazed with picture grade acrylic.
Print only shipping cost - £3.95
A4 unframed prints are presented with a backing board, wrapped in a cellophane bag, then shipped in a sturdy cardboard envelope.
Framed print shipping cost - £6.95
Framed prints are shipped in a purpose-designed box to ensure that your order reaches you safely.
If ordering a print(s) and frame(s) together, only 1x shipping charge of £6.95 will be applied to your order.
a smile that’s as wide as the ocean,
a kiss that’s as deep as the sea,
a hug that’s wrapped up in duvets,
as snug as a bug and a flea.
a laugh that could ward away monsters,
a voice that could lullaby snails,
a word that’s as gentle as snowflakes,
a love that I know never fails.
a mirror that holds two reflections,
a constant as friendly as tea,
a friend who’s as needed as sunshine,
and where there’s a you, there’s a me.