Etched into a tree elsewhere, our love slumbers
Curling and twisting through the cluttered branches,
Weaving and basking ‘neath the satin leaves.
It quivers with sweet nothings that you once breathed into my ear.
Gushing out into a creek elsewhere, our hearts dissolve
Flowing and drifting with the trembling current,
Spiraling and bouncing against the rocky bed ‘neath the rushing water.
Slowly they become whole with the adoration that once beamed in those dazzling eyes of yours.
Blissfully falling from a mountain-top elsewhere, I risk everything
Soaring and gliding on the soft, caressing breeze,
Plummeting and unraveling to the eager plains ’neath me.
I flutter with a knotted gut and blush stained cheeks that you once held so carefully in your hands.
Resting across a meadow elsewhere, you make a promise
Nestling and curling through feathery tendrils of grass,
Breathing and basking ‘neath the radiant moonlight.
You sigh with contentment from the words you once swore to always keep,
A raging love that was forever meant to be.