Martina Moriarty

Rookie - 298 Points (15/04/1964 / Kerry)

Do not disturb Poem by Martina Moriarty


She decided to have a private chat with herself-
about the man she desired
so she dived all the way in, until she found her womb of solace.


Silence...


She called out are you there?


Silence...


Her- pounding- heartbeat serenades- her- every- core...
She needs his key it fits upon her door.
and in the depth...of nothing to declare
the judgement of her passion...
he'd bestow on her One-day.


Distraction!

HELLo...HELLo...

Who are you?
Nobody? he said...just passing through!
She said sorry...she was searching for Someone Else?
He knew she was only looking for the One!
he said no worries see you around...
she realised after he had gone
he was trespassing on her 'sacred ground'.

Quickly she returned to her busy life
she never got to see her One desire...
the moment had passed
but she knew!
He saw everything.

Submitted: Friday, September 06, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 06, 2013

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