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Contest Entry: Oblivion

Poetry By: absolutelyalice
Romance



This is my entry for the second season of 'The Poetry Factor Competition' by Christian Taylor. Enjoy!


Submitted:Nov 13, 2011    Reads: 67    Comments: 16    Likes: 7   


We stumbled upon each other in an English garden.

I mumbled a rushed apology,

but you just murmured:

"that's the way the cookie crumbles."

A second time we met at dusk,

where you wove your elegant fingers through mine,

and demanded that I'd close my eyes.

Exquisite poetry spoken from your lips,

a seducing, soft whisper in my ear,

as you drew my body near.

I have not shed a single tear since;

and I now know what I didn't then:

it was all a senseless dream, and that at the time I was so very naive!

Still, there are those absurd moments,

where I lust for you to stumble upon me time and time again.





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