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·Touchin' Inner Life·

Face of the off white, lips of pale blue....
I'd ask you what you want & lay beside you...
Skin as cold as an ice cube, just as smooth too...
Quivering like the cobra hissing inside you...
Don't let me return, barriers subdued...
As I'm breaking boundaries & pushing through...
I open you up & explore our issue...
The deteriorating outward of morals to skin tissue...
Attempt to be saved reaching out, I won't miss you...
I know your there inside, just let my voice be your guide...
Won't stop searching until your safe by my side...
'Cause I'd find my light in your eyes...
Dim reflections of candles shine...
My path fades darker, starring intently as I go blind...
As her eyes slowly close...
...she very quickly died...
Nothing I see is real...everywhere I look...I deny my sights...
But I bring a warm touch to feel..on this specific dark night...
...I brought the light...
& as I swiftly kneel down...leaning to gently touch her face...
...my finger tip shocks her soft cheek...
At that exact moment somehow...her closed eye lid...softly blinked!!!
I gasped a deep breath & held it in to listen as my head quickly raced down to her bosom her heart kicked a beat & my woman was risen!!!
She said she saw me crying...
...she said she screamed & tried...
& as she reached she fell further down the line...
She said she could see her body, while her soul left her mind...
...she effortlessly flew by & gently blew on mine...
She said she could see me...but couldn't reach me!
She said she heard my calls while she falls!
She said it felt like forever, like I wasn't chasing her...
As we fell into the past from the present & the future...
We renewed our oaths, letting the warm night rain...
...wash death away...
~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Posted: Nov 2012
About this poem:
Scary night. But I swear a touch saved a woman I loved so much!

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