Grace Virginia Kari
How We Were. - Poem by Grace Virginia Kari
I guess this part of my life
Is called the part I share with you
And I hope it lasts longer than short.
A second with you is marvelous, like
Squishing my toes in the
Toasty sand for
The first time
In a while.
And all of the shadows inside of my
Self are a little brighter, now that
You've come around,
Shining all over
And now all the silly terms apply
Twitterpated, with stars in her eyes
The songs and the movies and
All that rubbish
Make my heart sing, all for
A glimpse of a dream of you.
The sappiness and supposed brainlessness of
These things might be irritating
Oh well, you
Can't please everyone.
But you, you certainly can please
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