lingering stupor

Rookie - 210 Points (October 31 / Manila)

Simple Thinking


Listening to the wind
Sitting just watching your words
From the first to the last words seen
Music to my mind like chords

A welcome sight to behold
When asked for stills to give me
You provide movement that is not cold
Wishing you were beside me

The voice that is music to hear
Another present to a perfect slumber
Bringing smiles to me and cheer
No longer alone no longer i somber

Such is what i think is good
No burden to carry no thoughts to cloud
Such is i am lucky as should
Such is so lucky i am proud

To have you as is no more
Far apart not a burden or worry
Just listening to your voice galore
Thanking you happy and no longer sorry

Such is a simple as it can be
A connection from afar that is bliss
See you soon i don't know maybe
Looking forward to be once more and maybe is...

Submitted: Friday, January 02, 2015

Topic of this poem: friend


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