tagNon-Erotic PoetryMourning Night

Mourning Night


So that I didn't know it was day,
you hid the robins of the early morning
because the night slipped away
like silk on your skin and satin on the bed.

When the stars fade, we both know
it's time for me to go.

Baby, you can't eclipse the sun, it too big
and what's between us is too.
So wide, the distance makes me feel
lonely lying next to you.

You got to know by now, I want
more than sighs in the dark.
We should live the love all day, if not
that then may our dusk never fall again.

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