The Resturant - Poem by Rhonda Davis
I saw you the other night sitting in a restaurant.
You looked up, smiled that full-face smile and said hello.
I thought I was over you. But my heart went crazy.
I thought I had driven the wanting out.
That smile, dancing in the light shinning like a beacon drives me into a world beyond compare.
I again want to search all the boundaries and know what you need and what makes you happy.
I long to become a part of your world and melt into your day.
This desire and wanting cannot be smothered out.
No matter where I go you are always there and I find myself looking for a glimpse of you wondering what the day has given you.
To think that I am blocked out and forever held at distant is killing me.
So I sit here and hope for the day to just give me that warming smile so I can live.
I know that that's all it will ever be but I cannot stop loving you here in this raging heart of mine.
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