Peya Jakob

My Letters To Arianne.5 - Poem by Peya Jakob

My Love,
Do u understand any of these letters?
Do you glimpse the true depth and devotion i have for you. Or do you see maybe a desperate madness, a deviation from the norms. That i cling to you across insurmountable distances. Like a closing of the lungs in preference to breathing later air that has been promised.But these words are strings and ropes.long enough to tie around my wrist, and throw to you that you may pull me close wherever you might be. I hope you are well. Love me, Love me, i entreat thee Love me. Always.
There is story i must tell, one of insecurity and loss. I was afraid when we first met because of how so close you wrapped your thoughts around me. How you always knew, what to say and how to love me. I felt, at times like one of those lizards, that runs across the water and always has to keep running, or it will sink. I felt i had to always keep u smiling, afraid that once you stopped smilling you would go.and leave me the way i was before. Then i saw you werent smiling, but you were still with me and i knew, that you are my Eve.
More often i feel this. The exhilaration of living in a dry world when in your backyard you have rain. I felt as though i was thirsty in a desert and you were raining down on me.
What all this is, is the fire and water of love.
Dont forget the roses.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 26, 2012

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