Beneath the Willows

August 22, 2011
By Anonymous

Whisper, darling, softly to me.

Underneath the willows.

Hold my hand, caress my face, tell me how much you love me.

Put my head on your chest, kiss the tip of my nose, make me laugh like you did before.

Slip your hands to my waist,make my blood sing with your kiss, nad let our bodies make the music of summer.

Tell me I'm precious, look me in the eyes, and see how lost I am in you.

Underneath the willows.

Underneath the willows lies your permanent bed, and the stolen kisses and shared whispers

They haunt me now and forever.

You're at the bottom of a dark hole, you let the earth swallow you up

How could you let it?

I'll no longer see your smile or hear your laugh, feel the searing heat of your kiss.

The ache in my heart consumes too much of me, I'm lost without you.

So tell me you love me one last time, and hold me agian in your stony arms, as I join you in our final resting place.

Underneath the willows.

The author's comments:
"This poem is basically about two lovers. One dies and the other coomiits suicide to join them.Sorta like a Romeo and Juliet type of thing"

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