Coffee

October 2, 2009
By Recalledxo BRONZE, San Diego, California
Recalledxo BRONZE, San Diego, California
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I know I can't stop you from leaving
You know you should let go
It's snowing again
And this time
I don't see you

I hear your whispers
Heart strings tugged at,
Indefinite pain and sorrow
I can't feel your kiss
But, I taste bitter sweetness

Your kisses
Mixed with coffee, a mature touch
It's like I'm the last thing you'll ever know
Tears, damned if they fall
We both need redemption

A shimmer of gold from your ring
A quarter to midnight
It's time for you to leave
Promise me before you leave forever
Never tell me you never loved me

For you, I'll do anything
Even if means damnation for eternity
Just don't tell me you've never loved me
Just let me say sorry for one last time
Before we become strangers forever


The author's comments:
He's going to be a married man.
She knows this.
Yet she will love him, just not in a way he must be worried about. A stranger's love.

Nonetheless, you interpret what you want to. It could be between an ex wife and her husband soon to be married, etc.

Whatever. Go at it.

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