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It was a cold evening
The frost stung my lips
I waited, patiently
Right beneath our tree
 
But you never came
 
The sun sunk low
The clouds huddled closer
To retain some warmth
Perhaps against an impending storm
 
But you never came
 
I watched the pavement
I wished for the familiar sound
Of your footsteps on the gravel
I hoped all was well
 
Because you never came
 
I walked back alone
Yearning for you by my side
A hand to clasp
A reassuring grasp
 
But you never came
 
Some lonely nights
I sit by the fire
And wonder what became of you
Pondering if you think of me too

 

Questioning, why you never came

 

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An overcast sky
Clouds huddled together
Unable to contain the drops
About to break free from the tether
An opening above
A flash of white
Darkness following
The momentary light
A thunderous applause
For the growing anticipation
A slow assault
The unchecked precipitation
The smell from the ground
The blooming flowers, shy
The fragrant air teasing
The traveller passing by
Leaves detached
From the burdened trees
On the undulating waters
Floating free
Glistening in the
Moonlight bright
Reflecting the sparkling
Blanket adorned by the night
A breeze, tantalizing
Humid and cold
Reminiscence about
Stories untold
Lost forever, swallowed
By the comfortable shroud
Of the long shadows
Amidst the oblivious crowds

The roar of the oceans, deep and clear

Submerged, the water gushes into my ears

 

Afloat on the waves, truly free

Head turned heavenward, the sunlight I see

 

Beside me, the deep shades of blue

Glitter like gold, of the truest hue

 

The sequestered horizon, seems almost tactile

As I squint through, to view the distant miles

 

The hot breeze, mingled with the salty water cold

To the undulating sea, I let my body mould

 

A joy unsullied, by the world beyond this moment

As I drown myself in this atmosphere’s intoxicating scent

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