Robert William Schmitz

Rookie (NOV 1989 / Virginia)

The Story - Poem by Robert William Schmitz

I don’t do this, Never, shouldn’t,
Always promised I wouldn’t,
But you see we can’t control our own mind,
So you see its shocking inside to find,
That this overpowering grip has me here,
I like swimming through the deep blue,
But you’ve got me here, lost and wondering,
Trekking through shimmering jade forest for you,
When I come to, feel, look and see,
Surrounded by the these walls and windows,
Laid back, arms peacefully at bay on this arm rest,
The disc spins, and vibrates a tune never forgotten,
A sweet, tingling melody but it’s not the song,
Straight from you a harmony rings and chimes in my ears,
Your voice plays in sync to this heart,
I can’t seem to remember it was too dim,
But lights danced on the wall, shades of yellow and blue,
Fingers wrap around mine, fits like a key,
Unlocking a new change, isn’t life weird?
Not letting go, but I can’t hold on,
Standing out here shivering cold,
Yet still slowly melting closer into you,
The night grows deeper, morning inches closer
Just as we do, every tiny excuse brings us together,
I look up, and see myself reflecting back in your twilight stare,
A soft whisper, what are you waiting for,
You lean in, lips become one, heart stops as does the world
A feeling so deep pulls you in and this is it…
Beautiful beginning

~Fall Into Me~


December 16,2011

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 23, 2011



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