Wednesday, March 29, 2017

You are my Song

If I could, I would give you a summer breeze;
I’d give you sunlight,
to turn your eyes into jewels.
I would package the smell of fresh grass,
and give it to you with a note that says;
you are wilder than the song of the wind.

We hit the road and drive into the setting sun;
the rays set you aglow.
I play your favorite song for you,
over and over again, on my old guitar,
just to see you close your eyes and smile.
And I am taking notes;
you are more of a song than music itself.

We listen to the owls as the cool night falls,
and the stars come out just for you.
I do not wake you up,
when you fall asleep on my shoulder.
I hold you close,
listen to what your heartbeat sings;
lyrics only I understand.

You are so peaceful in your sleep,
for one so wild when awake.
You are a song,
more alive than freedom;
and you are my song.

This poem is about two of my characters. :)


  1. My goodness, so romantic! Which story is it from?

    1. It's this old short story I started writing a long time ago and never finished. I'd let you read it, but I don't think I ever have it anymore, cause I can't find it... I don't remember much of it, but the main thing I remember is that the main character adored his wife. :) Some bad dude had kidnapped her for revenge and set up an elaborate trap that the mc had to make it through to free her. I think he died in the process, but she got free.

    2. The story would probably make me cry