you/in dreams

you/in dreams

A Poem by Nathan HUelsbeck
"

is love?

"
I want you to notice that
I love you
Even though
I know you will never notice
Me
Staring at you as you
Pass me by
On that rusty bench I plant my self on
To watch your beauty
grow

I love the way you
Rip of the sides of the raw sugar packet
Love the way you look down as you
Pour it into your favorite drink…….(I am to keyed into your eyes to ever hear the space that fills the cup)

You always smile
As you walk past
Though I never feel
That it is meant for me

(you are more beauty than I could ever see)

I just shake
And go on knowing that
I will at least be with you in dreams

I remind myself of
The next time I will
Fill the space of
Loving you in distance
With letters on a key board
That I never really learned to use…..

© 2011 Nathan HUelsbeck


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I want to be loved so profoundly, even if from a distance...Just to know that such affection and longing are aimed in my direction. It makes me shiver. "Loving you in distance/With letters on a key board/That I never really learned to use..." Such a punch for your final three lines. I really enjoyed this.

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I want to be loved so profoundly, even if from a distance...Just to know that such affection and longing are aimed in my direction. It makes me shiver. "Loving you in distance/With letters on a key board/That I never really learned to use..." Such a punch for your final three lines. I really enjoyed this.

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

I can really sense the longing here. I love it :)

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

That last stanza.. God your writing just aches so beautifully

Posted 6 Years Ago


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