I Dreamed Of A Night - Poem by Vikrant Nayak
I dreamed of a night that was so long,
that it left me longing for your skin.
Some say it's a sin; my guilty pleasure.
But what can you say to a pirate, longing for treasure.
I dreamed of a night when I wasn't even sleeping,
I saw my emotions and feelings creeping,
away from me as I breathed that breath I swear was my last,
Such was the turmoil the night I dreamed of you.
The sensation of your heart against mine,
The breath being synced against the time,
The small mole on your neck, and eyes that outshone the dark,
I let go of my defenses, and you left your mark.
Your silhouette beneath the sheet,
A forbidden dream where all my ends meet.
Such was the night when I dreamed of a night,
where the lone regulus went without a fight.
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