A Tight Liason Poem by Anna Polibina-Polansky

A Tight Liason



Don't think I don't love you. I am not subtle in emotions, but yet, caring. You will teach me things. I would like to stay with you. Just fancy how many ladies envy you at the moment. They will be jealous of us, if we ever touch each other in the reality. You meant to ask me whose pictured I watched. You will ask me when we are at the eve of oversleeping. Remind me of that, and I will tell you who was there and why I watched them. I am a princess, and they were my servants, they fought for me and lead intricate wars. But you appeared and took me. And my thoughts traveled to another area, and we shared thoughts and plans, just we two, without others at the background. I pray for us. I hope we will stay together, despite minor hinderances. I care, and I'll reach for you, my sweet K.

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