To my Daffodil
SYNOPSIS: About leaving the one you love, only to always find your way back into her arms.
I ain’t no dramatist and I ain’t no liar;
I ain’t no interloper, ain’t no pariah,
but I have these negative emotions running throughout my head
and I do not wish to burden you with such pain so I instead
turn around and leave. One mile out, my car, it breaks down,
and I’m suddenly stranded just outside my hometown,
beginning to question why I had contemplated leaving
when all along you were and still are my reason for breathing
every day my delectable daffodil.
I know I still love you and I always will,
just as the sun will always rise at dawn; just as the sky will remain blue,
just as I will not want to ever stop falling madly in love with you,
for every single day I learn something new; every day I learn something totally different
and I have discovered that beyond anything else in this world you are incredibly brilliant.
So, I take this as a sign to make my way back to hold you again in my arms,
for our fate is intertwined; it’s written in the Heavens, it’s written in my palms,
and as I swim in your eyes whilst drinking your kiss and running my hand through your hair,
I’ll know more than anything that never have I felt better than with you right there.
Posted on September 11, 2012, in Poetry and tagged beauty, boy and girl, breakdown, contemplating, dark times, decisions, driving, emotions, feeling down, feelings, flowers, girl and boy, hatred, heart, life, life without you, love, moody, relationships, small towns, someone special, sweet dreams, the good with the bad, thinking, thoughts, together, towns. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.