Frogs - Poem by Luna Moon
As I watched him evanesce,
Frogs filled my eyes,
And toads kissed my lips,
And the augury that whispered in my ear
Telling me it'd all be over soon,
Was void, denied, ignored.
Until grace threw you at me,
And I was done with frogs.
So obscurely cativated
By how I longed for one glace at your blue eyes.
My mind so nebulous and grogy,
Familiar feelings creeping behind my smiles,
Under my lashes,
And inside my healing heart.
Thank you, Love,
You've save my lips.
Now I no longer feel the need to kiss frogs.
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