A kid in a toy store,
Joyous, I can
Feel the magic
Violet hue around
A face of blue,
No one wears excitement
Like you do.
How I want to kiss you.
My hands aching,
Touch me so that
I may stop shaking.
I’m yours for the taking.
For “R” series
My mind used to run
A day ahead
It would get lost in
All I can think about
Is you and me
Feet buried in cool sand.
One towel to shield us
From the ocean breeze.
My head on your shoulder
Your head resting against mine.
And how beautiful it is—
The world in our now.
and i hope our now can last forever
My heart was pounding
when you said yes.
Now here I am getting
dressed to impress.
This is it, the moment
Let's both mark
these precious hours.
I promise, I'll do my best
to make you smile.
Knowing me is worth
I like you girl, you
know I do.
I hope you feel the
same way too.
Then she said
I just want to have fun
We're only young once
but it would be a mistake,
to fall in love with me
on a first date.
Lesson: First date will not gauge your chemistry.
Last stanza credits to Moira Lacambra.
I don’t know your favourite colour
Or what you sing in the shower.
But I want to.
You’re a stranger,
Yet you held my hand and told me everything you thought of
And all I forgot to think of.
You kissed me,
With your scary hazel eyes
Following my every emotion.
I still don’t know how to feel.
You’re a stranger,
Yet you have a name,
A love for Harry Potter.
You have a smile that really does make me feel ****.
How can you be so calm?
How can you feel so sure of who you are and what you want?
You’re a stranger,
But not for long.
Even if there are no more kisses,
I want to know what you think about alone at night;
how you like your tea.
I want to know every inch of your soul,
Because if you can see even an ounce of good in me,
You must be a sort of dreamer
Dear Cute Boy At The Party,
It was nice meeting you. Again.
I bet you didn’t know you were the first person I ever flirted with. I bet you didn’t know I prepped for this date for a week. I bet you didn’t know how much my heart soared when you asked me out.
Thank you for telling me that I have a cute laugh. Thank you for telling me how much you wanted to see me again before I even left. Thank you for walking me back to the station.
It was nice talking to you.
I know when you complained about the chair, it was just an excuse to sit next to me. I know you want L to like you back. I know you deserve someone who treats you better.
It was nice that you finally messaged me, a week after the party.
But I bet you didn’t know how quickly I accepted the fact I’d never see you again. That I’ve already wrote you two poems and that I’m sat listening to the songs you recommended to me. Thank you for making me realise that the right guy will come along, but not right away. I thought I’d just be that girl at the party who’s name you can’t remember, or face you can’t place, but I was wrong.
It was nice meeting you.
I‘m excited to see you again next week.
I went out on a date with cute boy from the party, last night.
I was waiting for him on the escalator on one side of the road
My Heart pumped at the highest rate when all at once realized abode.
Saw him looking generously dashing riding a scooter
He was wearing a white t-shirt and jeans and his hair were messy but modish.
And here I was standing in my usual tank top and jeans,
hair tied in a messy ponytail
just then He saw me, waved And parked his vehicle near my usual bus stop
I walked to his way with my bag full of books.
We sat on the bench and started random talks about everything except what we thought about.
He then started using his phone and I was beginning to feel ignored. He on a spur of moment stopped and stared me and mentioned about our chats and phone calls
"How it started"
"How it became more Frank and comfortable"
"How good friends we became online but never met in real life" strange isn't it?
Then I told him I have to leave and the 'awkward silent moment' and he finally spoke "yeah"
We shook our hand and he refused to let me go
So I smiled and left his hand and eye contact and stood in the row
The bus started moving and I saw him standing there only, shrugging his shoulder and leaving that place.
That was my first and last with him or anyone!!
Your comments are always appreciated.
In retrospect - yeah - maybe she should have known something was off about the whole thing.
The handsome popular hockey player guy who had never spoken to her before - and was in none of her classes or activities - approaching her at her locker out of nowhere one afternoon - and asking her out on a date? Definitely unexpected. Nobody had ever asked her out before.
(In retrospect) maybe slightly strange that she knew who he was - everyone did - but she had no idea how he knew who she was. She was pretty but extremely shy - not even popular within the social circles of AP classes and orchestra that she did quietly frequent, almost like a ghost. But she could rationalize it. Things like this happened in the movies right?
Handsome hockey guy wanting to surprise her about where they were going to go but telling her she should wear something nice like a dress or skirt?
(In retrospect) a little weird considering that they didn't even know each other - hadn't really even had a real conversation yet - but maybe he was trying to impress her by going somewhere fancy?
The surprise location of the date turning out to be the empty dollar movie theater downtown to see Home Alone 3?
(In retrospect) really disappointing - at first. Disappointing dissolving into terrifying as she spent the duration of the terrible movie pushing back his hand from a slow but persistent ascent up the skirt she had bought especially for this night - her first date ever.
Asking him to drive her home after the movie but he - to her horror - driving to a nearby park instead?
He - pushing his mouth onto hers despite her starting to cry and fighting to get away and begging to be driven home?
He - breaking out of whatever trance he was in - angry but at least finally yielding - condescendingly asking her "Don't you think you owe me something for taking you out?"
He - finally driving her home - telling her that nobody would believe her if she told anyone about this?
(In retrospect) she - knowing that she was lucky that night to have only lost her trust in humanity?
I point to the stars,
you say they're in my eyes.
I laugh and brush it off this time.
We're here at night,
but I miss the sun.
You tell me you are looking at one.
I ask you what your favorite planet is,
and then you do the same.
My butterflies are getting harder to tame.
I'd love to go to outer space,
see all the planets and the stars.
It's time to leave though now, so you walk me to the car.
first date in an alternate universe
At the beginning of the date he wanted sushi,
I wanted a large pizza with extra cheese that sounded like, "No thanks, not hungry."
It was cold outside and it was raining
So naturally we opened up the window as far as it would go -
He quickly lit the panda candle near the window
as if the spark came straight from his fingers
And all I could think was, "****. Even with the wind the candle is still lit. This is my guy."
It was romantic and slow and I was a **** fool,
Feeling like I'm falling after four days.
A little conversation and some food later, I could suddenly make out the width and length of his eyelashes -
"Oh ****. He's leaning in."
His hand surfed the curves and waves of my hip,
My entire body felt like a magnet towards his and
Having felt it all
I chalked it up to friendship
While thinking and dreaming of my "friend" wondering how
How could I have been such a fool?
I broke his heart and mine too.