Sail to the Moon

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
The confusion of love and hatred.

Submitted: February 25, 2012

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Submitted: February 25, 2012



I want to sail to the moon, in your arms, in your eyes.

I want to forget all of the murdering lies.

To feel your body warmth and protection

To rid myself of this separating infection.

Hear the music? It beckons to us in pleading whispers,  calling.

I want to listen instead of continue falling.

I love you dear, you set my soul alive, burning it with desire.

Charring it numb, engulfing me in it's fire.

Sweet, sweet poetry is your voice that whispers in my ear.

Frozen am I in the choking fear.

Taste your sweet lips on my tongue, I am drunk in your presence.

Horrifed of your essence.

Love me darling, and never release me.

Let go of me, let go! Set me free.

Your love is an ocean I wish to drown in forever.

I will never forget your hated, no never.

Memories of you are like a pleasant surprise.

Thinking of you brings tears to my tired eyes.

I love you, I hate you. I wish you gone I wish you near. 

I wish you there I wish you near.

Take me, hold me. Release me, forget me.

Do not forget me.




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