Prepositions Of Love

From

my shoulder to your heart is a short journey,

but from my breasts to your soul, there are a few layovers.

And the candles are deeming,

and the wind is getting impatient.

 

Between

my lips and your hands, the job is done,

but with your eyes and my skin, there’s always a delay.

And the sunlight is approaching,

and the moon is feeling uneasy. 

 

Across

your dreams and my words, there are smiles,

but from your hugging arms, there is always tender love.

And the stillness of the outside is taking over,

and the hummingbirds whisper their love in our window. 

 

Throughout

the darkness in the hair, there is music to lift us up,

but your love makes things easier, and I know there is hope.

And the time looks at us with eagerness,

and the years keep on coming by. 

 

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About silviaeningles

I’m Silvia and these are some interesting things about me: I was born in Puebla, a beautiful city in central Mexico. It is an old city, founded in 1531 I live in Vancouver, British Columbia in Canada I have a blog in Spanish that you’re welcome to read (http://comenzandolashistorias.blogspot.ca/) I love hummingbirds, tea and Mexican candy I really enjoy when readers write and comment on my posts I love writing, and I really enjoy poetry (reading aloud my favourite poems always makes me happy)
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One Response to Prepositions Of Love

  1. M.J.Fisher says:

    From my shoulder to your heart is a short journey,
    but from my breasts to your soul, there are a few layovers.
    I LOVED THIS.
    Between my lips and your hands, the job is done,
    but with your eyes and my skin, there’s always a delay.
    Beautifully sensual.
    And the time looks at us with eagerness,
    and the years keep on coming by.
    This is a wonderful piece!

    Liked by 1 person

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