Lovely Persistence - Poem by CDM Anderson
I felt her love.
So platonic, but lucid in its many ways.
It's evident that our love exists, so don't pretend that we are not an item by which we
Never created -
on our own.
We're so far away, but we touch each other.
Our lovely phrases are cherished between you and I.
You and I, alone;
for the language we speak holds no boundaries,
Because we live in our own world.
In our own world, alone.
You can physically walk away, but just know that in mind and soul,
you are still present.
Move away and do as please, but our platonic love persists through the lies you've created to leave, but you left, yet I am still here, in dissent.
I know how you feel.
I can read you.
There are beautiful words
Lodged in the abyss of your blood-pumping muscle that screams out my name.
I shall not walk in shame, for our world, alone, we have created.
This love shall stay strong and not die in vain.
We can't negate such a world, for it is luxurious and its opulence speaks to the world that no matter how far away we are from each other,
Our love persists.
It persists, alone.
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