• No structure to this poem: no structure to this world

    by  • May 14, 2014 • * Safe for Work *, Acceptance • 1 Comment

    I’m in love with a girl.
    Who’s in love with the world.
    I can’t control my feelings to love her,
    Though I know that someday
    She is bound to run away
    And climb over the rainbow
    I just can’t seem to let her go
    Climb over the rainbow.

    And I chase her as she climbs, kicking at my hands with the implication that she wants me to jump myself

    And if I jumped, would she bother jumping after me.

    I know she would, I just know it. I let her climb so high, that she is now at the top of the rainbow. Almost at the point of no return. She keeps one foot on home to reassure me she won’t leave forever, or maybe it’s out of sympathy.

    You know what would be better?

    If maybe, just maybe she grabbed my hand, and let me up there with her too
    Up and over, up and through.
    The point at no return, just together, forever. It would be nice. If this were to happen
    So I dream, and pray, and hope to never have to let her go, over that tall, intimidating rainbow. –

    One Response to No structure to this poem: no structure to this world

    1. ANEWDAY
      May 14, 2014 at 11:29 am

      Nice poem! I like it.

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