a big love.

a big love.

A Poem by lostnstars

You didn’t mind getting lost in track

You held my hand and we danced

I’ve been spending my time

Looking for the lost stars

I didn’t ask you why

I’ve been feeling this way every time

We dance on the rain

Remember the lights?

Remember the times

We lie on the floor and asking ourselves why

We live in this moment

Show the world’s cliff our clarity

Looking back on those rails

Writings on your hand, a big love

Dancing on songs we made

Streaming piano and heartbeats

And you should know, just do

That I love you.

© 2018 lostnstars


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Well expressed. :)
"I’ve been spending my time
Looking for the lost stars
I didn’t asked you why
I’ve been feeling this way every time'
Well you have brought yourself to this poem ;) Im not surprised :) Great write :)

Posted 2 Years Ago


Very neat, the expression of love and how one doesn't mind being lost in love is expressed very well.

Posted 2 Years Ago


Streaming piano and heartbeats...
Nicely said!

Posted 2 Years Ago


Simple, kind and worthwhile words for love.
"Dancing on songs we made
Streaming piano and heartbeats
And you should know, just do
That I love you."
Life should be many dances and knowing love till the end. Thank you dear poet for sharing the excellent poetry.
Coyote

Posted 2 Years Ago


and you should know that this poem is very good! I can easily see myself with my lips barely touching another as 'she' says this all to me... really thats what it makes me think of!

Posted 2 Years Ago



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