Mymoon Hidaya


That Cold Evening Poem by Mymoon Hidaya


Remember that cold evening …
when everything was frozen …
but we were the ones to be together….
and we were the ones to be chosen…

I gave you my arms..
and so did you see…
deep into my eyes and then we feel…
our love for each other was just so real…

Our fingers held each other..
and fitted each other so well…
because every touch of your’s was a spell..
which i can never forget….

when the weather went a little colder…
and you laid your head on my shoulder…
I then knew how much you wanted me …
I could clearly see how you wanted it to be…

I feel something over my skin…
the breath of yours from deep within…
the warmth in it showed it all…
midst the cold snowfall..

I close my eyes to feel the miracles…
to see the infinite stars and their sparkles…
when my lips feel the kiss…
this would be the day – remembered for the bliss…

A day to be noted…
a day which cannot be forgotten…
this would remain deep down my heart…
as a unerasable art…

Submitted: Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 8, 2013

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