Tom Navarro


If We Were Both Ice Cream - Poem by Tom Navarro

If we were both ice cream
I will lick at your sweetness
I will savor the coolness of your flavor
kiss the tip of tingling wetness
Not cracking the cone of favor.

If we were both ice cream
I will stand over you like a shade
Of a great tree beside the cart
To stay the rising centigrade
Prolonging the quenching of the heart.

If we were both ice cream
We both know we will still melt
We will still be holding our cones up
This is the greatest feeling I felt
Your eyes staying in my dreaming cup
Even if the cream is no longer there.

Topic(s) of this poem: old age


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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 26, 2015



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