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Rated: 13+ · Poetry · Romance/Love · #2134247
A poem that I made for a class about a first date (this one is made up, but you get it).
Sunrise
Snow falls
My hands stuck to the wheel
Journey plays on our journey
Nobody can catch us now

Midday
Trail mix jumps in my pocket
154 at the start. 28 now.
Gone when we get there
Snow trembles and breaks beneath our feet

Sunset
We’re baptized in warmth from the cabin
It only gets hotter
The fire roars and moans
The wood smells sweet, even when charred

Nightfall
The world is quiet. Save for the woodlands
Louder than we thought
Movies are a lie
We always made more noise though

Midnight
Wrapped in sheets, skin, and stars
Taste of the eclipse still in my mouth
Gold and Silver making Platinum
Is this real? Yes.


Twilight
Snow glowing pink
Our footprints tell the tale
From the cabin to the lodge
For breakfast and small talk

Sunrise
The wheels roll home
And I have to say
Leibniz was right
This is the best world
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