February Thirteen


One day soon this distance will disappear
And, we as together, will appear!
we'll be free to let our love's bright spark
Burn into a wildfire amids dark!

That embrace in narrow alleyways,
Beneath flickering lights and glistening tessaltes,
For now we are no more strangers,
The world around us will be close, but you closer!

Your kiss felt like
Flourishing springs to withered lips,
And benevolent monsoons to shriveled throat,
On blithering summer afternoon!

Let's collide into each other,
Atrophied and coalescing in one entity.
Wrapped around skin to skin
Hearts thumping in unison!
*I don't want to be alone, you are the one I need tonight*

"No promises!"

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