Poem: Uninvited

Lying on the chaise longue
Eyes widely shut
Missing is your audacious scent
Streetlights ain’t working
Crickets hiding, raining heavily

Lying in a Scorpion pose
Blanket holding to my breast
Flip over I found myself in nakedness
Raw, aching and deprived
Upholding tears with steadfastness

Another side, your arms around me
Tracing the outline of your face
Draw me closer, breathe onto me
Alone; so afraid to fall asleep
Tenderly kissing you with my all

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2 thoughts on “Poem: Uninvited

  1. myhongkonghusband September 20, 2013 at 1:13 am Reply

    very good one 🙂 I hope you’re better now since few weeks ago. I wish you happy mid-autumn festival and let’s believe since this beautiful moon more and more people will have a chance to appreciate your talent 🙂

    • Deborah Wong September 20, 2013 at 1:17 am Reply

      Thank you so much dear for your ‘like’ and comment. I truly appreciate it. I’m feeling so much better. ‘Sei guo fan sang’ (coming back from the dead). I hope you have a wonderful ‘mooncake festival’ (this is what we call it here) with your loved ones.

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