Moments Away

Poem By Jeremy Willson

If I blink will you disappear?
If I leave would you even care my dear?
I suppose we're both ghosts
We don't belong here, like rebellious quotes
But will you still be here in twenty years?
Will I still be the one to wipe all your tears?
Take you by the hand and whisk us away to somewhere else
By the Sea's shore we can find many pretty colored shells
Could you still feel it if the waves hit our feet?
Or like sharing the glaring, eastern sun's heat?
Can you tell me you still feel something, anything that day
That's right around the corner but to you seems so far away?

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