Synchronised Sigh

Those silent gazes that you render, takes everything off me

And my heart skips a beat, unsure if its origin be of joy or dismay.

Magnificence I behold, like a fading sunset,

Holds even greater beauty in its momentary.

 

You sit beside; I hold your hand;

Yet, I’m still missing you.

Harvesting caresses for a future date

For a time when I’d be longing for you.

 

Gazing at the bathroom mirror with your arms wrapped around me,

And, an unexpected synchronised sigh.

Thousand words remain unspoken between you and I,

But the heart silently understood.

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18 Responses to Synchronised Sigh

  1. miffalicious says:

    Can I just say how glad I am to see that you’ve finally updated. Ending was pretty epic. Also, I see you’re writing about your mystery girl again.

  2. This captured the feeling of somebody in love,even though their partner is with them they still cant get enough.

    Captured feelings I have for my son, sometimes I look at him and sigh, feeling that I can’t possibly show him how much I love him.

    Brilliant piece

  3. David King says:

    I like the air of mystery here – which I imagine miffalicious is referring to. I found it an enjoyable read.

  4. Wonderful poem. Love the part about unspoken words. Beautiful!

    My recent offering: http://charleslmashburn.wordpress.com/2011/08/31/dearest-john-2/

  5. silence is gold at times.

    magical moments captured, delightful entry.

  6. Mandy Calvin says:

    Thanks for sharing such a wonderful poem. I greatly enjoyed reading it.

  7. beautiful piece.
    a slice of truth is divine at times.

    🙂

  8. How are you today?

    Happy end of November!

    Appreciated your support to our poetry picnic,

    Hope to see you share today,

    A random poem or old poem will do the wonders too.

    Your talent rocks.

    Hope to see you in.

    xoxox

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