Poems about Love
Author: Terra Blake

Chapter 55
Poem for a girl named Kennedy

As the fog rolls in on a familiar scene
Thunder rumbles, lightning strikes
Nicotine and a faded dream
Standing in the moon light, all I see is you
Your eyes across the lake
Beautiful pools of lust
Your words is all it would take
To let all of life's worries melt away

If I close my eyes an stop breathing forever
I can't watch the past roll away

When were right under the eye of the storm
Palm to palm and body to body
You can't even keep we warm
frozen hearts don't thaw
All you do is keep a slushy heart beating
Sharp crystals pushing through
Emotions,cold and barren,slowly repeating


If I close my eyes an stop breathing forever
I can't watch the past roll away


GoodNight!Kennedy?

 

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