not quite lost/not quite found

queer-with-a-pen

i ask you to run away with me,
say, ‘let’s get that boat sea-worthy,
hop trains and take buses,
go where the wind takes us
for a change’

i’d follow you to where the
ocean meets the sky,
if you let me

i’ve got so much love to give,
so be a little selfish just this once,
and let me pack a bag

i’ll be by your side,
or a few steps behind,
for as long as you’ll have me

this doesn’t have to be
some grand adventure, no
fairy tale ending where you
hold me so softly

just let me make you breakfast,
buy that coffee you like every
once in a while, and let’s watch the
early morning sunlight cast the room
in a golden hue together

and maybe you’ll say yes, 
one day

and maybe you won’t,
and that’ll be okay, too 

  • Author: Boaz Priestly (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: June 10th, 2024 01:24
  • Category: Love
  • Views: 2
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