I Choose To Believe

Searching for new words
To describe you
I dream about how they look
Tis like trying them on your body
Yes, sometimes I go there
Hesitant
They’ll need to feel like you
Yes, I go there, too
I choose to believe
My words find my muse
Time and time again
Yet this moment
Zero conformity
None of them suit
Your ability
Your wisdom unending
Contagious thoughts
A Charmer of bees
Holding my attention
Well, it isn’t easy
I drift
I dream
I see
My mind and words
forever spinning
You calm me
Bring me peace
What will I do if you ever leave
Never breathe
Visions of your back to me
I can’t handle
I choose to believe
Your need
Similar to mine
Maybe
Probably never
Bravery can handle life
If you must go
I’ve held my breath longer
I’m the Oldest Daughter
The Red Headed Sister
My names weren’t easily obtained
To the bottom of my heart is deep
Wide open
Still recieving
I choose to believe

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29 thoughts on “I Choose To Believe

  1. Oh so powerful! I think someone is making a bold statement..I like it. It has power–stability–and marks territory. May I say that I like the way you choose to omit punctuation–just my opinion–because it allows the reader to become a part without telling them what to think much like a painting we stare at and the more we stare, the more we see its beauty and how it fits in–what the artist is trying to convey and how we relate. Oh, who knows what I am saying? Great poem! πŸ˜€

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