purple plums

August 9, 2017
By karinacohen BRONZE, Monaco, Other
karinacohen BRONZE, Monaco, Other
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Favorite Quote:
'be not inhospitable to strangers lest they be angels in disguise'

It’s raining outside,
silver lines of october
stopping at my feet.

We miss the overheated breeze summer carries
I’m alone, well, not completely.
I have for only company,
the memory of you
So I will tell to this dirty water,
the color your cheeks turned to
when you smiled:
plum purple.
Like the ones we used to pick
on sun filled nights,
in lonely and lavender smelling orchard.
Like the one which had a worm in it,
and I bit directly into it
and you couldn’t stop laughing,
not until I kissed your apple red lips.
You looked at me with your coconut brown eyes,
smiled with your apple red lips
and your cheeks turned plum purple.

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