Your voice was soft and there was something about your disposition that could just lull me to sleep. It’s not because you were boring, hell I could listen to you for hours.
No, you were gentle with every word that you spoke almost as if you were tiptoeing around the harness in this world. You candy coated it for me, almost like you were protecting me from something.
I remember the night I met you, the second you gazed upon me with those pool-blue eyes, was the moment my heart started play a soft concerto of love.
It hasn’t stopped since. You were the muse to the melody of every step I took. And in the first month that
I knew you, I was born again.
I dragged my feet on the sidewalk every night I went to get a cup of coffee. Along the way I’d coach myself.
My insomniac ways needed to learn to take in the night air with each stride, allow my chest to beat with all that I feel.
Every day is a new day and so is the moon, and just maybe you could teach me how to fly because baby you make my heart sing.
For each night that dragged me out just so that my drooping eyes could find something sweeter to look at than the cold air above my bed.
Each and every night that I’d find you again in that that coffee shop window, my heart composed a new tune.
I swear by now, my body has created an infinite number of songs for you.
One night, I said that my love for you shined brighter than the solar system and spanned wider than the universe.
I guess my cliché cosmonaut tendencies rubbed off on you because you asked me if I ever wanted to travel to the moon. And I said that I’d only do it with you by my side.
That was the night that I knew that I wanted to spend the rest of my life with you.
But bend and break comes hand in hand with eve and flow.
Bind my soul to everything I crave then toss me aside like I’m nothing.
There’s something about this silence. It sends chills through my entire body.
The fear of being alone strung through the back of my brain. Leaving my head caught in a whirlwind of thoughts, a warpath of emotions.
That’s what you did to me.
Leaving every fiber of my being screaming for help, red tunnel vision in sight. Screaming, but with no audible words.
You played with heartstrings, turning my vital organs in to sick love puppets.
The butterflies that rage in the pit of my stomach suffocating me as they crowd the back of my throat.
Our love was like a thunderstorm, two fronts clashing, composing a volatile connection that sent everyone running.
You knew the rain was coming and so did I. I was a fool to think that you would stay, but I was enchanted by your soul. Put under a spell by those swimming pool blue eyes.
I loved you, and in return you taught me the greatest lesson in life. Don’t love someone, it hurts too much.