• In Our Own Little Space

    by  • March 14, 2016 • * Safe for Work *, To You • 1 Comment

    In our own little space,
    There’s only you and me.

    Hands linking
    Lips interlocking
    We are happy.

    Intense rush
    Of fuming cigars
    We are who we are.

    Soft sounds unfolding
    and warm desires blaring
    We are of perfect company.

    Yes, we are in love.

    My sweet, little secret.

    In our own little space,
    We will leave no trace.

    There’s no world against us
    and no one to see.

    In our own little space,
    There’s only you and me.

    Dear K,
    So you asked me to write a poem titled “In Our Own Little Space” (the one above).
    I felt giddy assuming it’s about us, and our love.
    I wrote this for us, K. But it turns out, you gave this poem to someone else.

    DO YOU KNOW I FEEL TOO? I FEEL SO HURT it was NEVER me all along. IT WAS REALLY NEVER ME. 🙁

    J.

    One Response to In Our Own Little Space

    1. I get it now.
      February 19, 2018 at 9:01 pm

      I was just searching random words on here. I came across this post. Now, I am sure it’s you. And It’s not me you write to. Is it? I am sorry that I have been the one to intrude on YOUR writing space. I am truly sorry. I will go. This was your outlet before it was mine. I have many others.

      I hope it all works out for you, J.

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