Unable To Say Those Three Simple Letters - Poem by Emma Rose
Before calling you up
there's always a kind of excitement
something very sweet.
And when you pick up the phone
before you say 'hello'
my heart beat goes out of my control;
i feel sensation all over my body.
And when i hear your voice
it takes my breath away...
i feel like something has been said
something divine, soothing, soft,
the soul touching music.
Then i wait for the three letter word
waiting seems like a century has passed.
And when you just say that
the moment i cant describe
feel like i am dying...
Dying in extreme pleasure;
in a mystical land i find my self
alone but with you.
Though there are so many people around
i become numb to everything except your voice.
they call me hundreds of time
but all in vain
because i m already lost
somewhere in those words
you just said a moment before.
I try to be normal
but i m no more in my senses
blushing i am
anyone can see
even when i try to conceal.
Feel like i have lived hundreds of lives in just one moment
passed centuries, crossed millenniums.
but find myself unable to respond
to say that 'honey, i love u too'.
The words i used to say
when i lay
on my bed and dream.
But now i find myself unable to say those simple words.
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