Elphaba Thropp

Rookie (March 24,1993)

A Scene In A Dream(We Were Hugging) - Poem by Elphaba Thropp

We were hugging.
Well more like cuddling.
His strong arms were entwined around my body,
My arms pulled up to my chest.
I wiggled into him
To get comfortable.
To get warmer.

But it was just a dream.
Nothing more.
Nothing less.
Oh how I yearn for us to to that!
Oh how I yearn for us to just hug.

But dreams don't come true.
Though you wish they do,
They don't.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, February 1, 2011


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