• oceanside

    by  • November 30, 2011 • * Safe for Work *, Miss You, Waxing Poetic • 3 Comments

    I sail through a sapphire sky
    Drenched with sporadic marble puffs
    That I twist and morph into irregular shapes of you
    That is until a piercing chrome greeting
    Grasps a hold of my staggering attention
    Taking me in with blazing arms wide open

    And now that fiery ball, kissed by tangerine, won’t let up
    So I peel my eyes away and my state of serenity
    Is overcome by a wave of enthusiasm

    The reminisce of our last kiss
    Still lingers on my lips
    The taste of compassion will always remain you
    But I’m consumed by questions with uncertain answers
    Like how time will manage to fly
    And when my feet finally brush those ebony streets
    Laced with almond colored sand
    And that salty smell embraces me
    Triggering my mouth to overflow in sheer pleasure
    At that moment, those streets will be festive

    I’ll dance my way down the smooth blistering pavement
    To a familiar rough and splintering wooden pier, where I first met you
    And like an artist stands there painting our tantalizing encounter
    Brush strokes mimicking in harmony the essence of our triumph
    I will hear your rapid heartbeat break the cadence
    To the melody of waves pulsing against the rocky shores
    You’ll be waiting there patient for me

    Through everyone else’s deprived eyes
    These roads are sure to be transparent of their luminous beauty
    But to me they’re dazzling, filled with emotion
    Simply, festive

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    3 Responses to oceanside

    1. ANEWDAY
      November 30, 2011 at 10:09 am

      You should write a book of your poetry, send it to Barnes&Noble, and then tell me it’s there because I seriously would purchase it. This beautiful letter reminded me of something that happened this summer. Keep writing. =)




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    2. meg
      November 30, 2011 at 10:59 am

      thank you, I realllly appreciate that 🙂




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    3. ANEWDAY
      November 30, 2011 at 3:04 pm

      your welcome! =)




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