A Poem by prometheus

To the boy I loved

I remember the first kiss.
Our first kiss, the stars, the wind the moon.
Looking over us as if it were jealous of our happiness

Your touch my my stomach jump, energy.
It gained life came like a beast over me.
I felt warm, safe.

Your arms were wrapped around me. 
Your big arms. I was safe there no one could hurt me. 
I was scared,

Close your eyes you told me. trust me
I looked into your warm brown eyes.

I close mine. Lips quiver, I breath shallow short breaths.
I can feek your breathing. I want you I want your lips.

Your lips touch mine. Like a cloud, it was soft
fruity. I taste the nights strawberry cheesecake

My heart stopped, the stars, the moon time
they all stopped.

But now youre gone. I dont have your arms, your smile, your kiss you eyes.
All I have now is a cheap gravestone in a crowed grave yard.

© 2021 prometheus

Author's Note

This is about a boy who was killed in a car aciident. I really loved him. He was my first kiss and the only person I think Ill ever call my soul mate.

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Beautiful, melodic... jarring ending... wonderful poem

Posted 6 Days Ago

Oh wow I am so sorry.....

Posted 1 Week Ago

This is so wonderful and cute, so nicely written. Sorry for your loss.

Posted 1 Week Ago

Beautifully written eulogy to love especially the first love. It is so tragic to hear how it was inspired. Thank you for sharing your art and story in poetry.

Posted 1 Week Ago

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Added on November 18, 2021
Last Updated on November 18, 2021

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