Light Years Away


Under the canopy of the ever moving clouds,
Surrounded by deafening but undefied sounds,
Standing still oblivious to the passing crowd,
This is the moment I realized I should have a shroud.

I make peace with the scenery around,
I wrap myself around his heavy hands,
And bare my feet on the gritty sandy ground,
This is the moment I realized I should have to make no stand.

He tells me the story of the oldest of stars,
And makes it seem like a tale from Mars,
I wonder what its like to touch it from afar,
This is the moment I realized I should have never set up those bars.

My temples feel the brushing of his lips,
And I feel the warmth seep out of his finger tips,
It was like taking a bite, nibble or a nip,
This is the moment I realized I should take a dip.

How I wished this moment would never end,
Like a route heading straight on without a bend,
We are a pair that make a perfect blend,
This is the moment I knew that our love would never really end.

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When I Cry


I see the rains and all it reminds me of are falling tears. The Heavens bleeding unable to take the choking pressure on it.

I look down to the earth and like a mother it accepts the tears, absorbing the pains, the filth and the expanse of it all, not minding that she becomes softer in the process.

Then I stare at the atmosphere and how it tries to relieve the earth of as much of the tears as it can, but succeeds only in handling the steamy feel of the tears.

I then feel my body whom the tears caresses, I stand in the midst of these three elements and understand how each one feels, the dropping tears on my skin, the muddy feel beneath my soles and the heat from the evaporation.

I share in everything and thank God that I’ll live long to see this circle again.

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