Falling Through Time

Falling Through Time

A Poem by Lafayette



Falling Through time, again, once again. So close now, so close to the end, so close to never again.

Years ago, many years and millions of miles from here, and a thousand tears cried to empty spaces, finding me still, looking for her unshielded the blackness mix with cold pouring rains falling along Sand Bridge.

I can’t tell you anymore about my life that is not about her.

You see all I ever, never wanted was to was her, all the time, from the first moment across dark noisy smoke filled December nights, sun down approaching.

The snow already a foot high as we sat there not speaking words, just feeling all the spaces between us.

Her hand in mine, so strange a familiar thing, we just looked at each other, a remembering, you know a moment in time.

Her skin smelt like everything I was searching in my dreams.

I felt as if I had to died at that moment and the only sensation I could take with me was her eyes, it would almost be enough.

I would have fought all the gods to have just once more her lips pressed to mine, at my life’s end, a last time, forever, as my eyes close in all the forever’s to come.

The sea dark black and the warm cooled sands, kissed by shadows of loves ghost and she is there, close to me, no more stars in my room when spring falls through closed windows.

My life had always been for her pleasure, now what?

You can’t ever say how these feelings will feel to your soul, till night finds you alone at the edge of the abyss.

By Lafayette © 2019

© 2019 Lafayette

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Added on January 20, 2019
Last Updated on January 20, 2019



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A Poem by Lafayette