poppy miller

Two Timid Souls - Poem by poppy miller

If only we had been fearless

Grasped the clouds in our caress

Chased the moon and kissed the sun

Rocked the ocean, became as one

Seized the moment without regret

Dared to play Russian roulette

But when the flashing lightning rolled

We heard the warning bells that tolled

Two timid souls drew apart

Mouth from mouth and heart from heart

To fly like moths to safer shore

And with deep regret we are no more.

Topic(s) of this poem: virginity

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 25, 2016

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