We see things that other females don’t pay a tuppence to. Like a half-burned cigarette tail, Your osculation of deep, dense rouge— A secret trusted only by two. With our own hands, we mimic time And manipulate the world you once knew. Falling in love with a writer is a faulty design.
To your heart, we assail With words plunked to a tune; In your soul, with great force, we impale. From a love-front angle of view You might feel a tad misconstrued, like a poorly mixed cocktail. Ricochet from baseline to fault line, But every time you pull through ‘cause you knew, That falling in love with a writer is a broken design.
When we close our eyes and slowly inhale; We hear the laughter of a family in an empty room And unveil the retold, recycled tales. Picturing why the dust rests less heavily on one broom, And can smell the meal Ma cooked when they came home from school. From the underworld and past the skyline, We scour everything down to its last detail. Falling in love with a writer is a grueling design.
To us, your eyes flourish like flowers in June With lips– silky like cabernet wine. And although sometimes we forget to say we love you, Remember that falling in love with a writer can be a beautiful design.
I can't remember what kind of poetry this was inspired by, any helpers? I wrote this in school while I still had Love in June engraved in my head.