Goodnews mememugh Karibo


JUST SAY I DO


Our shivering hands
clove one to another,
hearts pounding
in the furnace
that crafted our
names on graven tiles

i searched my white
eyes in hers,
rolling side to side
to the late night jazz

i danced under her
breath,
she hummed my heart
beats

the grey moon withdrew
her light in envy to not
see the purple smiles
grazing our faces

the moments lingered
and the archaic titanic
story rang in my senses

i brooded the steps down
the aisle,
the one mile walk,
the black and white
wears,
oh!
Those rain of friends
and chopped flowers

the gold ring forever
buried in my finger,
just say it,
the I DO.

Submitted: Sunday, October 20, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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