Daniel Adams

Rookie (15-11-1991 / Newcastle Upon Tyne - England.)

Box - Poem by Daniel Adams

Walking in, I kick off my shoes,
I fall in your arms, beats away the blues.
Close the door, with a click it locks,
You and me, inside our box.

Together we cook dinner, with a bottle of wine,
Our future’ll endeavour, like a beacon will shine.
Close the door, with a click it locks,
You and me, inside our box.

We fall into bed, together making love,
Fitting forever like a hand in a glove.
Close the door, with a click it locks,
You and me, inside our box.

Grow old together, age is a toil,
Hands held together, we go into the soil.
Close the door, with a click it locks,
You and me, inside our box.

But today while we’re still young,
The rest of our lives, a song still unsung.
Close the door, with a click it locks,
You and me, inside our box.

I love you.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 31, 2010



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