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Friday at noon

The peaceful sunlight that reflects off your ocean blue eyes making me feel like I’m watching the sunset with you making my heart skipping a beat with your smile is the horizon
The lustful sight of you that made the caterpillars in my stomach
blooming into vibrant butterflies coming up like our first hello to each other
My heart pounding knowing that I’ve felt this way before but is it destiny or is it just another heartbreak
My sweaty palms reaching out might get cloudy or it might rain but after every storm, there's a rainbow to wash away all the darkness
My Heart linking with hers could disconnect but I wear this glue that held mine together when it broke so I’m putting small amounts of it on hers so she understands that I'm her armor and I will destroy anyone who harms
The unmissed laughs that echo in our future memories that tag a single moment where our eyes met and time went by slow like we both were in the moment feeling like seconds but that gaze felt like a year like we've known each other for years but still as the impression like we just met for the first time
Our hands interlocking feeling like we are one
Forgetting that I have to go because the thought of leaving you troubles my thought process and leaves me to hope to see you another day on a Friday at Noon
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Submitted by utsickbrayden on January 28, 2021

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Hi, I'm Brayden Valley, 18 years old, and have been writing poetry since I was 14. my main goal is the change how people look at poetry and that I want to get some of my poetry published. more…

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