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waiting for you

I watched your shadow in the darkness
Gliding above the surface of the grass
Touching lower tree branches gently
With soft wings-like fingertips
I sensed your breath approaching my lips
Opening my mouth for anticipated kiss
But you flew by as if you did not see me
Standing in the shadow behind a tree
Waiting for you quietly every night 
While getting lost in shadowy electric
Dance of intertwining swaying twigs
In the gentle wind of magic night

I saw your face floating towards me
In the boat of puffy white clouds
On a bright midsummer day 
Gazing into my longing eyes
Gently sealing them with breath
And moving slowly away 
As if you did not see me once again

I watched you bathing in the 
Greenish waters of the lake
With waterfall behind the mountain
Droplets were caressing your hair
Your face, your mouth, your skin
Sparkly jewels of the water
From the foamy cloud above
Landed on your eyelashes 
And looked like fallen stars
I approached you and touched 
Your arm that was holding 
White magnolia bloom next
To your sensually open mouth 
And I kissed your lips in daze
The scent of the bloom entered 
My nostrils slowly rising to my brain 
Melting me into a ball of sensations
I kissed you all night long drowning 
In my own unbearable imaginary 
Burning closing on me passion

When the sun squeezed inside 
Through the open window next morning
I woke up in my bed touching white sheets 
Desperately searching for you
But you were gone through the window
That I forgot to close again

Copyright © ruta skendeliene | Year Posted 2021


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