Summer Night

January 24, 2018
By AC-Hood SILVER, Carthage, Missouri
AC-Hood SILVER, Carthage, Missouri
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Favorite Quote:
"I'd rather be myself and be hated for it, then be what everyone else loves and hate myself." -NF Real Music


On the bed of my truck one summer night,

laying on blankets I hold you tight.

 

We reminisce about the past,

I'm wishing that this night would last.

 

I pull you off and we start to dance,

under the moonlight in a sudden trance.

 

Moving side to side, my hands on your hips, 

I pull you closer and kiss your lips.

 

I break it off then look in your eyes,

I see a tear and you start to cry.

 

I wipe you tears, whisper in your ear,

"Don't worry baby, I'm still right here."

 

I kiss you again and pick you up,

then carry you gently back to the truck.

 

Once again, I hold you close to me,

then gazing at the stars, we fall asleep.


The author's comments:

This is something I wish would come true for me its like a make believe date with a girl I dont have.


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