ashley tulish


You And Me - Poem by ashley tulish

Lie on the ground,
and stare into space,
the stars start to move,
into the shape of your face.

I see you there now,
looking down at me,
with that cute little smile,
that I like to see.

You say 'close your eyes',
'tell me what you see',
I see only two people,
just you and me.

We're walking the shoreline,
with our feet getting wet,
the horizon turns pink,
as the sun starts to set.

We cuddle through the night,
on that white sandy shore,
then I hold you while thinking,
I could want nothing more


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 21, 2011


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