We spent hours witnessing the fall of leaves in autumn
The way they swayed away with the breeze
A bonfire in the moonlight and you by my side
I wish I would've wished for the time to freeze.
I never wanted to wave the final goodbye, you had me captivated
Instead, all I urged was us to lay on the ground, love and tease
And do nothing but gaze at the falling leaves
Feel the air in my hair and together breathe out all the grief.
You said that you were quiet
Because you were really tired
But I don't really buy it anymore
He told me that he's quiet
Captivated by my smile
I said baby now that's more like it
She was neve going to be in white,
neutrality was never
going to be her hue.
She was telling the world a message..
Her gown, was onyx silk woven
like Cinderella had told the
arachnids to create beauty in the night
it fell entrapping on any who gazed
upon its woven radiance.
She walked down the isle and with each step,
at least five were captivated
in the webbing of her beauty,
walking beyond there view.
All entombed within the elegance
that captured them.
She was the spider weaving a web of beauty
that captured every eye.
And the man was her prey, he smiled
lost in the moment of her captivation.
I do, I do, and both were entangled
eyes of each.
This moment was silk ropes tied to each others
and now they'll weave them every step
they collect together.
Looking in your eyes
I know I'd do anything
just to make you smile~
A parking spot is a location
A mug is just a cup
Why am I fixating
On things that don't mean that much
A shirt is not a statement
But these things are adding up
And I am captivated by
Someone who doesn't give a ****
I think I'm losing my mind
It's all up in the air
Our days were numbered from the start
And I don't know why I care
You're still driving me crazy
You insinuated things you wouldn't dare
You crossed every line I drew
Making me fall in love was never fair
You completely captivate me
totally enamored of You
and so much more
Counting on You (3 of 10)
a countdown series - poems of decreasing length, each using You as the first and last word
I am captivated by your beauty
Help me clear my clouded eyes
Forgive me for thinking my sight must be foggy
It's just that you're perfect, you must be sent from the skies.
Did it hurt?
I'll admit it
The way your eyes light up the room
It makes everything else diminish
I can't look away