Monday, October 3, 2022

Love Beyond Time

 A twinkle in her glassy pupils,

Sparkles when she looks at me.

Older and wiser now,

But still sprung in her mind.

Calmer with age,

But no less beautiful,

Than the day we first met.

I wonder what she thinks of us,

Now; does she still see,

The little girl I was?

Could she still love me the same?

In our beginning years,

We’d play and play,

But now we go,

Our separate ways.

Together still,

but with distance,

We have grown up now,

And no longer find interest,

In childish things.

But still, 

I hold her every night,

And despite age,

We are doing alright.

Yet here we stand in silence,

Deep in each others eyes.

Have we grown apart or,

Have we grown together?

I want to trust my heart,

Who still remembers the days,

Before reality had set in,

When we were just so young,

Without a care in the world.

And as I think these thoughts,

And write these words,

She breaks our gaze and

Rushes to my side.

“Put down the pen” she says,

“We have made room in our lives,

For many things new,

But nothing has changed,

The love we share.

We are older, yes,

But I promise,

I never stopped loving you.

Let us reminisce together,

The times we have shared.

But just because they’re over,

Doesn’t mean we have to say goodbye.

Forever I will be yours,

And forever you will be mine.”

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