Dark glasses didn’t hide red cheeks.
Our timorous lips Quiver like new fallen snow White upon blue
Oh, sheltered moon, Borne by boughs, Shaded by ample leaf, You gleam despite Arboreal protectorate; Foliage unable to constrain Your Luna beauty. Don’t be so shy, Don’t hide away From the night birds And forest folk. They miss you; I miss you Oh, sheltered moon. (Image courtesy MichelleMarie)
She is simmering Radiant in the shadows The rain consoles me
Frog in the corner He thought he’d eluded me Hiding by my door Shy, retiring Back turned away in wet shame I’ll leave you in peace
When our eyes met, I blushed, didn’t know where to look. When you smiled, I lowered my head, disbelieving, too shy to meet your hazel eyes. When you said hello, I didn’t know what to say, struck dumb, a fool. When you gave me your number, I read it over and over until secreted in my memory, terrified to lose it, or […]