The Dance with the Wind: For Herbert

Mentions of a caressing whisper are a cliche

And so are exchange poem battles for a touche

Unspoken words, tongue bites and running fingers… 

Lung kites, caged hearts,  the silence lingers

Do you not see the laughter in my characters? 

The possible embrace in my giffy entrances? 

I have you tied in a knot now

Do you not see that none of it comes to nought? 

But maybe, it does, dont we both stare at the stars for solace? 

Travel lands untravelled in search of ourselves? 

The waves have us in their tides, my dear Herbert

So when you fly keep a parachute in your locket. 

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18 thoughts on “The Dance with the Wind: For Herbert

      1. Hahaha i figured, most of the real meanings were in my head so i had to explain for you to see it like i was. Im mostly glad you liked it without an explanation. PS, you still owe me a poem

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