You And I

You And I

And I

share my breath,
within the breeze
have you forgotten me?
travels far and near
we are so close
I taste your eyes –
upon my tongue
you are the color,
my color sun
drench me

And you

speak nothing
leave me in silence
consumed in cold swirls
leaping into heated black bodies
surrounded by magnetic beauty
such tricky
radiance burns
eats my flesh
Sun (you) swallow me

And I

dream of rays
capturing my body once again
caressing my form
bringing to life
senses I thought were not real
flamed my innards
the touch of fingertips
soft lips
strong arms

And you

am I a thought in your world
a vision at all
a flash gone by
a flicker in your wind
a distant memory –
once again
do you still touch me
with your thoughts
have I awakened your senses
singeing you,
into me
and we
reach for the sun
in the black sky
setting low flames ablaze

And we

are we but scorched
in faded memories
do you even love me
can you (Sun) reach out
blister me
remind me that I am alive
we are still ?
or a temporary phenomenon
drifting on the surface of stars
a melting fusion of vapors
dancing till the end of time
in some lingering world

You and I

About mindretrofit8

Sharing the twistings, and musings that twirl in my mind. Hoping others can relate, or at least enjoy... To know more about me personally you can visit my website at Mind Retrofit.
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3 Responses to You And I

  1. SwirlGirl says:

    I especially love:

    “we are so close
    I taste your eyes –
    upon my tongue
    you are the color,
    my color sun
    drench me”

  2. Angel says:

    Thank you so much SwirlGirl! I was hoping I captured the visual and feel with my words, I am so glad you enjoyed it! πŸ™‚

  3. Morgan says:

    So Lovely…SuchTenderness ….Delicious πŸ™‚

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