Fainting

and if you should fall suddenly

into the vast cerulean blue

remember first to grab my hand

and i shall follow you

 

for the sky is vast this day

and impeccably alluring

my dearest one, let’s swim again

a firmament float enduring

 

and as the air grows thin

lips shall meet

and breathe me in

from giddy thought

to last embrace

consciousness slipping

you’ll see my face

 

Photo: Wreck Beach, September 30th, 2017. Watching seals.

20 Replies to “Fainting”

  1. Another difficult subject but which holds no fear to the poet. a lover’s pact, eternal souls, unto death and beyond. Beautiful piece Diana, you once likened the life of a poet as a journey, you seem to have found out that the difficult paths are often more scenic and rewarding to travel on.

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