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Three-Thirty A.M.

Three-Thirty A.M.
By snakemoney7 on 03/22/2008
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In my mind I walk down a thousand garden paths
With a thousand roses and sunflowers too
I’m wearing an impeccable white 1920’s tailored suit,
Jay Gatsby couldn’t touch it.
So clean that you’d have felt as if you just stepped out-
Of a bath drawn for you by three beautiful maidens.
As I approach you I begin to walk slower,
Your beauty is stunning.
The way the Sun is glistening off your skin.
Ears, nose, and lips to precious to touch
Aww-but to kiss, now that’s heaven!
I pick a sunflower and hand it to you.
But your whole being is breathtaking,
And my heart begins to pump uncontrollably fast.
Aww-it hurts! I must look away!
I run over to a marble bench gripping my heart.
I take a drink from the fountain.
Before I look up, I see your shadow-
I am now scared.
You approach me sitting on the bench
with my head down.
As I look up a tear runs down my face.
You ask me why am I crying?
And I tell you, “Because I love you.”

*3:30 A.M. on a day in June 2002, written for no one in particular.

© By snakemoney7 On 3/22/2008 11:39:32 PM
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