Charles Casanova


When We Awake - Poem by Charles Casanova

When we awake, my love
Our eyes will meet
Whisk us to forgotten pasts
Both Innocent and sweet

Ageless love, no crease of time
Conversation pours like wine
Like Virgins hearts first entwined
Endless desires forever defined

As waking hours hands weaken
And patience is out of sight
A fog may set upon our land
Just give a kiss goodnight

Deep down, dreams will reminisce
And lay adrift a cradled breath
Forever knowing, when we awake,
our eyes will meet


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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 6, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, September 9, 2013


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