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Journey
By Fireworks20 on 09/03/2006
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Last Afternoon

Their minds converged
in their secret hiding place
a safety net
where confessions and untold truths
stitched two souls into one

Midnight

Static filled the phone line
comforting voices
strained to hear each other
between the rushing of stars
travelling the long black roads
that stretch between them

This Morning

Their eyes met
after an eternal midnight
dawn unexpectedly
illuminated a beauty
lost in shadows
a shy smile revealed
unsure feelings
a remembered sense of belonging

Early Afternoon

A northern wind ruffled his hair
indulging him in play
he returned the sentiments
in a new language
recognizing the shape of a new face
from a dream almost
but her movements could not be contained
predictably leaving behind
imagined possibilities

Tonight
He will look again into the eyes
of the one who shares his soul
responding to her affection
needing her attention
to remember how to breathe deeply
how to live authentically
unaware that she is in mourning
for the moments before
the wind tainted his skin
and splashed his vision with smoke
smudging the vivid colors
of her existence
in his mind
into shades of beige









© By Fireworks20 On 9/3/2006 4:42:43 AM
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