December Poem by Sheila Rexho

December



December cold night...
December full of light...
I'm standing outside, all alone, in the dark
Just imagining those stars that I would rewrite...

I would have chosen the most perfect moment
For me to cross your path...
I would have fought against all odds to make your world a better place
I would have dusted down your every worry, your every fear
I would have welcomed you to my celestial sphere and together we would disappear
Somewhere, over the greatest constellation, where I could be your eternal Venus,
also your favorite cosmic station

I'm freezing, all I do is mumbling your name
it lights up my soul with its crimson, blazing flame
Babe, I'm falling….
Can you feel me? ! Where are you?
In which space time you will find me again?
But babe we're just the wrong time travelers…
that couldn't make it to an end...

December
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Topic(s) of this poem: feelings
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