Friday, June 3, 2011

Waiting Return

When you came in,
my heart slammed its doors shut,
curled up in your lap
                 and left the world outside
life revolving unaware,
days submerging into nights
and nights dissolving in your arms.

When you came in,
seasons inconsequential,
                 in a kiss a thousand ignored past springs,
in the blinding light of your radiance,
the pursuing shadows
of anxious history abandoned .
When you left,
Time announced himself,
I dragged centuries along in conversation,
He moved in ennui his hands a second.
When you left , my love,
you left my heart ajar
in perpetual waiting
of that impossible return.

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