December 11, 2014 at 06:00 pm
Poem, G (All)
Romance | Love | Nature
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There is not a long distance between me and the door.
Last Modified: December 11, 2014 at 06:45 pm
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I am a bit hesitant to open it.
When the dawn banquets its orange tentacles via my window;
I feel like a beetle who is about to savor the nectar.
My girl whispers in my ear to come near her.
I am embarrassed to concede my coyness.
When she spreads both of her arms to cuddle me;
I feel like a Baby who is about to jump into a puddle of Chocolate.
There is a choice to make; either she or the dawn.
I am bewildered to pick between those two firmaments.
When she holds my hand to go out and witness the dawn from our terrace;
I feel like the flukiest person in the Sphere who will have two trances at the same time.
She wants me to kiss in her lips before the Sun rises.
I am worried whether I will miss the scenery.
When she tenderly bites me with her velvety tongue;
I feel like I am also mounting with the Orange of the Sun.
The early morning clouds with its misty cover waves at me to come and play.
I am too enthralled to miss its call.
When she plays the game of Love with her eyes;
I feel like I am frolicking hide and seek with her in the midst of mist.
The untainted air of dawn wants me to fill both my breath and senses.
I am too lusty to snub its invitation.
When my Sweetie tells me to fill her with me;
I requested the dawn and its companions to come and seduce me some other day.
I closed the door and the dawn peeped at us through the Windows.
We both started to glide with the clouds.
Dawn and Love; both are never-ending fiestas.
© Stellar Ram 2014
An imagination of a situation of me spending a beautiful dawn with my girl. A combination of both romance and nature in my own words.
1. Banquets - Spreads
2. Coyness - Shyness
3. Firmaments - Heavens
4. Flukiest - Luckiest
5. Frolicking - Playing
6. Fiestas - Festivals
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