Prelude To A Kiss - Poem by hollie ash
You're there and I'm here and we're looking at each other like we're afraid of this moment. Like we don't know what the other is thinking, feeling, believing. We didn't just stumble into this moment, it's been waiting for us to show up. And now here we are, a continent of fear in the inches between us. I can glance at you sideways all night, by why? Why don't I just walk right on up to you, whisper the truth and let the moment exist? Why do I suddently place all of my self-worth in this second? In the heart of another? The reality is that I am worth it. I know it and you know it, so just get on over here and kiss me.
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