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A Punctuated Poem

When you looked in to my eyes, my heart was stolen I felt butterflies all the way down to my colon :P When you kissed me in the dark With an exclamation, I left on you, a mark You gave me the ‘hy’ and together we had ‘phen’ :D With the chemistry we shared, marathons I did run I got comfortable and called you in my room for tea Oh! how i desired to be your possessive apostrophe Whenever I have been blue or down with heat rash To my rescue without a second thought, you will dash At times I do drift and look at some Caramel Chris But back in your warm arms you have nested me in a loving parenthesis Many times, I desire to elope or live with you in a comma When societal full stops are visible from near and far.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2017




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