Shining From Your Eyes - Poem by Serena Blackinton
I wish you were here beside me and I could look into your eyes,
I wish I could wrap my arms around you and breathe in your sighs,
I wish I could kiss your lips, your forehead, nose and cheek,
I wish I could whisper in your ear what I've waited to do all week!
I wish I could put my hands upon your shoulders or back,
Bring my lips up to your neck, I cannot, so alas and alack,
I wish I could say in words what your body seems to know,
That given time all over again, I'd have never let you go.
Oh, how I miss those days when we talked about nothing at all,
How the magnetism of you had me pinned against a wall,
When the only way out was to go weak at the knees,
When we forgot time and space and even our coffees.
I wish you were here beside me, for I'd love to see you again,
But I don't know what happens now or what would happen then;
Do you still think fond thoughts of me when those thoughts arise,
If I saw you again, would it be love shining from your eyes?
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