There is a funny story with this particular original poem of mine. There always must be a reason to write romantic poetry, right?
It goes as: Once upon a summery night. With equal parts of wine and music. I went out with a friend of mine… We drove the roads in Hiiumaa. Well, damn it. Yes, it is a lie… Already! We had a sober driver!!! He was the one doing the operating of moving machinery. There were three or four bottles of dry red wine.
Anyway… My friend invited a beautiful girl to hang out with us. I had never seen her before but as she sat down on the asphalt to roll herself a cigarette… her long blonde hair covering her face with the wind… Can you see where I am going with this?
Romantic Poetry – She Still Lingers
With her fingertips… Drawing circles on my palm.
Accompanied by kisses, that were…
Drawing out the air from my lungs.
And in this very moment, she had silenced my storms
And caught the moths from my mouth.
Were they to blame for the dizziness?
Or was it the bubbly wine on her tongue?!
I still don’t know…
But the fragrance of her hair,
It still lingers on my clothes
Links To My Work
Poetry: Dragon of Alcanmore, Poetry of a Love So Cold.
Stories: Six-Sentence Stories, Short Stories, Romance and All That, Elves and Fantasy
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