Josh McNair

Lovers - Poem by Josh McNair

What happens to the lovers you've lost and you've had
When time doesn't allow there body to last
Stories paint pictures of what you can never say
Life writes chapters on the blankest of page
Every movement a memory every kiss a fading breath
Giving life or taking back what can never be kept
Forever searching and never finding
The breath that can fill up your lungs
That can make you breath clear in the fog of what comes
The air of my lovers become smoke to the taste
Always filling my lungs with a sweet breath and craze
But corroding the inside when as smoke it escapes
to the love of another in the darkness of fate
Every body like a sentence every women like a word
But the clearer I speak the less I am heard
Give breath never-ending In a lover as true
Ever moment every whisper brings me closer to you

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 21, 2009

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