That Moment

Make sure she allows eye contact, it will show trust.

Sheโ€™ll want to touch you, she ought to lightly brush your chest.

Her hand should want to stop, lingering as she feels your heartbeat.

Maybe her fingers will tap in rhythm.

If itโ€™s her eyes you see, make sure she sees yours completely.

When she leans in to kiss you goodnight, think. This moment. Is she who you’ve waited to see?

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25 thoughts on “That Moment

  1. Wow, Audrey… was I ever off on the wrong track of this one… until I read your explanation of the connection between the photo and the poem.
    Then… suddenly… without warning
    Sadness filled my heart
    For one who once again
    Has felt the burn of tattered souls
    Undeservedly

  2. THE BELLS

    The bells, the bells
    Toll out the extremes
    A wedding
    Or else
    An alarm
    Keep on the alert
    Keep your ears
    Open, alert
    The bells, the bells
    The bells

    • Thank you, Debbie. โ™ก

      Honestly, I don’t know why more people don’t ask what the connection is when it comes to my photos and poems, and I’m happy you asked.

      I guess I visualized looking out the window and down to the street where someone I love was with someone else. Wanting the best for them, but dying a little inside.

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