Don't Sit Under

Don't Sit Under

A Poem by The Rainmaker

With anyone else but me.

To take a bite,
Of the forgetful apple.
To watch it fade,
Into dim gray.
A fitful flight,
Into freezing cold,
Leave no hope.
No fleeting grasp,
Of a certain future.
Levels of intoxication,
The music,
Your smell.
Leaves me wondering.
If not me for you,
And not you for me,
A better present cannot be.

© 2011 The Rainmaker

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I like this. I've spent a bit of time trying to "figure out" what this poem is about...I interpreted it as someone who wants to forget that they are in love with someone else.

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Added on December 30, 2011
Last Updated on December 31, 2011
Tags: desperation, love, hope, futility, beginnings, endings