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Loves Invisible Thread

It is in the aftermath that the worst occurs The devastation in the knowing That we are nearly parting The silence after being US The laying there saying nothing Listening to us breathing Just waiting just watching the clock ticking Willing it to slow This is the last time I say I need to make it work The still after the storm We rushed at first Dismissing my rings Impatient with each other Needing the feel of us in each others skin In each others bones Tangled with our limbs This is the last time I say I need to make it work Above the bed words are suspended in air All things unsaid between us Just out of reach to high too grasp The sweet somethings That are agony to say As it would be admitting That we are something Something we weren't expecting So we say nothing Lay there waiting But we could be everything As we are perfection Earth shattering heaven like Almost Shuddering against one another Trying to catch our breath As though we are the only ones in this world living Existing only for this So we are watching My wedding rings shining Waiting for the inevitable The me leaving you I unwillingly walking away The magnetic pull struggling against me Like a net around my body Pulling me back to you My insides in agony Our invisible thread near snapping Stretching as far as possible This is the last time I say I need to make it work Over my shoulder your staring With knowledge in your eyes A slight curl of your lips As you know it's all lies I'll be back again Or we surely won't survive

Copyright © | Year Posted 2013




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Date: 12/24/2013 2:12:00 AM
L K N., --Dropping by with SMILES and CHRISTMAS CHEERS. Thank You for making this a great year for ALL OF US. --- May magic fill your days and all your dreams come true this holiday season. MERRY CHRISTMAS <3 Love Linda -The Sweetest Poet Destroyer
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