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I’m thinking about you, with somebody else,
Trying to resist the feeling, arrayed twinkles
The stars set high I can’t stop, gravity truly,
Has a place in the void of emotions, reeling,
Ever so close, to my tentative actions, fear,
I do the unthinkable, a shaky trespass and…

Let you stroll down,
Diagonal vectors,

The aspects of you in my mind, how was?
Your lunch hour, your Wednesday too?
Were you happy all day, did you play?
Those funny android games or slip away,
In your own thoughts, of a trip to be soon,

You in my arms,
Doing the various,

The mystery, triggered me then, quick,
I typed, and thought in the moment before,
I should write; I love you or goodnight.
Though love is restricted, I dare think,
In my simple words of bon nuit, you find,

Me close to you,
Always have a code,

The trip we had, two years back taught,
The trees we planted months ago sway,
I must say, trust has a permanence,
It might not be said, but it lives in a place,
Restricted, no third party allowed, in it,

We try to restrain,
Laws can’t separate us,

Known facts, trouble them silently, see
How they look at you when you read,
They feel your heart smile to my words,
That’s love, care and tenderness from me,
I put no restrictions to my genius words.

Carswell evoL

Copyright © moses onyango | Year Posted 2016


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