Hitomebore is Japanese and I think it means something along the lines of "love at first sight". This poem was written for a certain someone.


Hitomebore


Liquid life
dripping from
my fingertips.

I'm dehydrated
a dead leaf
slowly falling.

The sound of
winter stealing
warmth
is deafening.

Here, your lips
should meet mine
and a fairy-tale kiss
would grant me life.

Our first two seconds
my sudden love
ripping my thoughts
as you walk on by.






Poetry by True Words Embellished
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Written on 2005-11-11 at 17:39

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Emelén The PoetBay support member heart!
These images paints and paints and paints and rattles my longing
how can it not but be a favourite dress
2006-08-09


els
Ohhh Manda! Har du kollat upp titeln i vår fina mangabok, eller ver du det bara? Because it totally matches the rest of the dikt. And I älskar it! Jag är stolt över att ha en vän med ett fint sinne för poetry. Otroligt fin, älsk på den. Keep on making poetisk historia my friend :)
2005-12-04


John Ashleigh
Fantastic descriptions, such a wonderful world your poetry does put me in.

Keep it up!
2005-11-12


Zoya Zaidi
Prosaic Piece! A GOOD TAKE ON HERE-AND -NOW-KIND-OF-GRATIFICATION-IN- LOVE, that is charecteristic of our times!
No time to sit & gaze in simple old fashioned way any more!
Bravo!
2005-11-11


Zoya Zaidi
Prosaic Piece! A GOOD TAKE ON HERE-AND -NOW-KIND-OF-GRATIFICATION-IN- LOVE, that is charecteristic of our times!
No time to sit & gaze in simple old fashioned way any more!
Bravo!
2005-11-11