Evie Johnson

Sun Kissed - Poem by Evie Johnson

We have the windows open,
Tint over our eyes
Glaring at the sunset
That couldn’t tempt us if it tried
The breeze tangles our hair
As we tap our toes
To forgotten love, damaged hearts
Exaggerated sex and lost souls
The sun will depress into the mountains
Of some far off place
So we’ll step on the gas and
Challenge the sun to another race
Of course it will win
So we’ll settle in a lover’s tryst
At the top of a mountain
Our infinite abyss
Climbing into the backseat
Our fingers intertwine
My heart in yours
Your heart in mine
The moon will whisper
While peaking from above
As our hands tremble slightly
“Fear is the heart of love”

Comments about Sun Kissed by Evie Johnson

  • (4/18/2006 12:10:00 PM)

    This is so beautiful, it really does talk about the true nature of love!
    Beautiful, great effort!

    ~~Elya Thorn~~
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 18, 2006

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