Alone With You

Alone With You

A Story by Kathryn Smith


What are you thinking?


I can see your eyes.


And what I'd do


To be alone with you.


Will we ever have the courage?


Will I ever not fake a smile?


How much bolder I'd be


If I were alone with you.


The whole wide world


On the tip of my tongue.


A mad hatters rush


Running in my mind.


I'm frantic.


Jumpy.


Anxious.


Dreamy.


Don't you realize?


We could get so close


We could touch.


Heart to heart.


Eye to eye.


Hand in hand.


We could have it all.





I know you can feel it too.


So what would you do?


If I were alone with you?




My heart has been ripped.


It's been snipped and torn.


It's been completely burned to ashes.


Gone.



And now I want to love purely.


Wildly.


Bravely.


So what would I do?


If I were alone with you?


I'd ease your fear.


Kiss you


Touch you


Hold you.


Mold you.


And then.


When you're gone.


I'd miss you.



We could have holidays.


Springs and Summers.


Autumns and Winters.


Sick days and good days.


Months and years.



Now all I have to do


Is find some time.


Alone with you.









© 2017 Kathryn Smith



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Some soft and thought-full answers echo behind our eyes...

Posted 1 Week Ago


:*) Beautiful!
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Posted 1 Week Ago


A lovely piece Kat. The essence of wistful and longing, and yet with undertones of hope and happiness, which readers can relate to. I know I can.

Posted 1 Week Ago


The musical tendency along with the romantic bent is what makes it a wonderful poem. Brilliant :)

Posted 1 Week Ago



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