Morgane A Heyne
There's Something There - Poem by Morgane A Heyne
There's Something There
So now I know there's something there;
I've been assured that this is real.
They are out there in the open air,
All the emotions we both feel.
They say love lost is best than none;
They don't know you, my air, my sun.
Without food or water I can survive,
But your touch I need to feel alive.
The smell of sweat, that of chlorine,
Make my eyes water, my body scream.
And every inch, my heart, my soul,
Is surrendering to your control.
Our eyes, our lips, our hands and hearts,
They opened at the close, to signal a new start.
Held on one string our story sways,
In the summer heat of these glorious days.
We count it in seconds in minute and hours,
So short was the time I had in your embrace.
But just like the smell of fresh cut flowers
Your scent lingers, and I can't erase
The feeling I had when you pulled through
And I could finally give my heart to you.
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