Adoration - Poem by Jogan Aventura
I resolve to call you up a thousand times a day
And ask if you'll do the same
Make me the captain of your daydreams.
Do you care, do you see
That everything you've done has captured me?
I miss your face, I miss your ears, I miss the way your body moves
And the shadows you cast upon my walls.
Those lusty shadows that dance like heat waves on the horizon,
And those sad shadows that cloud over my every thought
Like the rolling storm above the see.
When the stars glow white-hot I think of you.
When the sun calls the morning to wake, I feel you.
Your skin, your breath, and your spirit sing me to sleep
Each night we are apart.
And so, in no uncertain terms my muse
I adore you.
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