One Summer Night

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
This one is not from personal experience. i wrote this as a fantasy type poem of a love filled, romantic night.

Submitted: January 09, 2009

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The grass we sit on is warm,
the air, a perfect neutural.
Your eyes are the biggest ive ever seen them,
i feel like i could jump into them and get lost deep in the love they reflect.
Our hands clasped together confirms we fit together.
I can still taste you on my lips,
your smile brightening the shade the tree casts upon us.
Your hair shines against the gentle light of the stars.
You tell me you love me and i feel the tears crawl down my cheeks.
I lie with you, both of us lost in each others presence.
Time passes without a whisper, words uneccesary.
We know a lifetime is in front of us yet i question is it enough?
It is impossible to describe what it feels like to have your love reflected back to you.
Crying whilst laughing, i embrace you, my heart ready to burst.
I want nothing, need nothing.
Having you right here in my arms is all ill ever want.
If not that then i wish to reach out and grab the moon so as to bring it back to its starting point;
Containing this night which is a window into an eternity of happiness.


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