Frankie Renae

Rookie (Aug 30,1988 / Nebraska)

Maybe We Were - Poem by Frankie Renae

Maybe we were laying on the couch
But I swear we were dancing
In the middle of the livingroom
In your beautiful clothing
Out on that wooden floor
To the soundtrack in the background
Leaning close, I swear I was falling
Somewhere in my core
Right there, you were every sound
I ever wanted to hear, to feel

Your heart beating
Your warmth all around me
Everything mine was fleeting
Melt, without a sound, me
and you staring
Miss doesn't say how I feel
About your eyes, love can't express
Living in this day, happiness
Or the tears in my eyes
Or stay till sunrise

Maybe we were sleeping under sheets
But I swear we were sewing
Our souls together with fine silk threads
In His beautiful blessing
I swear I was crying
Or soaking away into you
In pieces of life I can't describe
I swear we were wed
Were flying right there in bed
And I swear we disappeared inside


Maybe I driving the alley
But I swear we were kissing
Caus I saw the world carry itself
A flurry off the windshield
Maybe it was my heart
But I swear we were blown away
With the dust and air, petals and leaves
I swear I could feel
Yesterday blush on my face
Yesterday lay by me on the breeze


I swear we were carried away
With the dust and air
To stay for sunrise

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 16, 2008

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