I begged you to forgive the tears that rolled down my cheeks when I saw you again. It has been so long and I’d almost forgotten the contour of your face in the moonlight. If not for short notice, I’d have missed you again. We always run in different circles, but tonight we seemed to cross paths. You remembered every detail about me, love. Where to kiss, where to touch. But every time we spend time apart, I forget where the treasure is buried in you. Though, now I am beginning to realize it’s not in your body, but your soul. Let this night be one to remember, not one to regret. My dear, on the cold, bleak December evening, don’t you dare forget what I said to you when you held me closer than any clothes ever could do. Don’t make me regret saying I loved you.
I sit alone in the night and listen to the world. the breeze that just barely caresses the bark of trees, making the leaves shiver. the quiet call of a sleepy dove echoes faintly, making the feral cat sneak a look up at the sky and catching a glimpse of the cloud-shrouded moon. i, the observer, also look to the moon watching the clouds glow with sliver light listening to the dove coo one last time
I lay here before you, u n d o n e. And it is my greatest fear. And it is my greatest desire. Oh, my darling, set my soul on fire. How I have waited for this moment, how I have yearned to be so close to you. For you to be so close to me, for you to see me in nothing but the pale light of the moon.
Was it longing in is sad, blue eyes, or was it lust? Maybe it was a beautiful combination of the two. She always left him wanting more. So he gave up the sunlight for her. He promised to spend the rest of his days in darkness, between silk sheets and, hushed tones. He never asked anything of her. Seeing her body covered in nothing but moonlight was more than his soul could ever dream of.
just a few moments more under the plunge of thunder and the moonlight, holding your hands and tireless affection, reflected in your eyes, knee to knee touching quietly paralyzed in you and the sound of lake ripples, crashing