A Good Ending

Poem By Carmina Abrenica

Our bare feet sinking in the white sand
My silky hair touching the delicate features of your face
The soft feel of your hand warming my freezing and clammy hand
We smiled with the glimpse of our fingers as they interlace

We watched the sunset settling behind the curtains of the shadowy mountains
Held our heads up with eyes glazed in the sight of a black net of skies pinned with a million stars
We tiptoed in circles and danced under the dreamy moonlight
Fell on our back with my fragile head resting upon your mighty shoulder
Dreamt of the sea of a lifetime for you and me


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