On This Moonlit Night

Poem By Ibrahim Bidu

If only on this moonlit night
I could have you by my side
As I watch this sparkling water;
Lay on your bosom my head
Listen to yo heart beat
Occasionally interrupted
By the murmur of the ocean
Possibly infuriated by the close embrace,
Pass my fingers through
As I drink the sweet scent
Of your glittering and glistening hair,
Feeeel the warmth
Of your long graceful neck
Revealed as you struggled
To adjust your scarf
To fend off the breeze's caress,
Into your large sleepy eyes gaze,
And feel your fresh misty breath
On my cold face;
I wouldn't say
I will be the happiest man alive
But I promise I will
Carry this memory to the day
I will take my last breath!

Comments about On This Moonlit Night

great poem... great emotions. keep it up))))


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