Bits and bytes over the wire
Kindled the LDR love so far
Poetic verses heart inspire
First meeting feelings unbar
Mind and heart inquire
Intellect wins emotions ajar
She said ain't gonna work esquire
This LDR love flees bare
Then came her note
Hard to let go, you still mine?
May be it ain't over yet
Give it some more time
Listen to hearts plea
Let it be free
Today it's only seven,
Twenty five may beckon
Eighteen days to next date
LDR love will update
Not for good bye
But for two hearts to fly
LDR = Long distance relationship
Jan 7, 2020
i am not sure if i'd still like the same pair of jeans,
or if the same kind of music will make me feel.
my mind is like leaves over the seasons: wilting, growing, changing color, blooming once more.
i am not sure if i'd still like pancakes on a sunday morning or
like the scent of the pages of a book.
i am not sure if i'd still remain silent or if i'd talk loudly - as the years go by.
but floating in my mind is one constant;
that is, above all change,
i am sure that i'd still adore you
every single day
A glimpse of tears,
an evening rain.
Weeping of this melody,
a melody of her last refrain.
"I had loved you,
as you would ever known.
I had loved you,
till last, thy everything shows."
#Last #Sadness #Rain #Love
you have the most peaceful set of hazel eyes
so deep and dark and mostly unraveled
you make me want to reach for the stars
though hot and vast in distance — my palms are unbearable
for i love and love is in all things vast and
spontaneous like our small talks on the phone
your smiles are the substance that fill up my void
and your laugh — a chemical intoxication stronger than dopamine
our romance in mornings reach midnights alive
for the moon is our luminous stone
and the sun that makes it ember
keeps us where we are
i always have
the urge to run.
but what is it like
to be a tree?
to be confident enough
to root yourself
and grow with
i'm still running,
but i wish i knew.
here comes the pile
walking down the hall
one pushes a button
eight stepped in
five pushed buttons
count to ten
You'll meet again
And he'll keep you at arms length
Making sure you're not too close to his heart
But not too far from his touch
Tell you words you've melted for before
But words that, for you, he'd never felt at all