Jauntypoet93

My Adonis

“The reason why I like theater is because it's a long journey, and no matter what role you play, we are all in it together.”

-Condola Rashad
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As I am laying next to you,

in the bed,

            fuming at the thought

of my body

lying down

                        waiting for you

            to sleep,

I drift into a

            Day dream, of you

 

Smiling,

and

adjusting to the

            lighting upon the steps

of your own

            creation called PARADISE

            cropping the tones

and languages of your

soul which has

special stance

            on my heart.

Those letters only a fool

would drool over

                        and over

and over

            until a voice drops

                        and sings

“Catch a fallen star and

put it in your pocket

never let it fade away.”

And I watch that star

shine bright before  

            your presence.

 

As a step

            backs away

I feel myself forced

            up against

a wall pinned,

            chest pumping,

oxygen draining,

            degree is met

with the axe

as

            your

                        food,

power,

            and sense of control.

Still as you lay here you’re

in all of your tiredness

I see you for all your

advantages,

 and one that shall not be

named.

Back to this

state of existing

during time

 relative to a dream state

            crossing the river

where two souls come go as

their teas trails,

sadden by the past

that caused

a crash, by

mistrust

stung by the impulse of your attraction

by an empty barrel gun.

 

Once

            You

                        Caught

a fallen star,

you must put it

him in your

heart

and never let

him

f a d e

away,

that’s how

I know

            I can’t

be very

mad for you are

the stick that

holds me together,

while I lay here next to you my love

NEXT TO YOU

XOXO

Jimmie

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