Poem: You

Poem: You

On that evening, late.

After you walked into my room.

Fascination grabbed me, your smile too.

A joy rang resonating in the key hole,

Where I lived.

My heart hiding in the cupboard.

A closet reserved for tears.

The draws, each with crumpled memories.

Musty that place!

Rusty the hinges,

I had to be moving on.

It came again

The vibration, unmistakable strong….

Boy!

I breathed deeply, sighing.

Glowing, your radiation fixed me to the picture.

The wall swayed with my breath.

Permeated,

I reached out

You grasped my hand

The movement as you slipped into my arms

I breathed you in, awash in perfume

I beat you off with a hammering chest

I brushed the fluff on your cheek

I whispered in case

Reality was but my fantasy

“Hi”

She drew back

her eyes

Murky crystals

My gaze held the moment which…

Touched the me I’d yet grow to become

“You’re beautiful”

She loosened a hand, tugging gently kissed me

Invisible blood dripped from my love wounded lips

Dissolving we both left those lovers

Only a moment

In eternity we soared

Only a second

In infinity we sighed

Smiled laughed and died

Were resurrected to a new born day

“Yes, it is you.”

I heard us say

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