Euphoria

Euphoria prose poem

Photo by Ian Sane


Crows, Mosquitoes, School buses, Crunch of snow
Secured in my memory like the sound of your voice

Morning fog on the lake, Fish jumping, Changing colors, Lake freezing over
Secured in my memory like watching you drink coffee

Mud, Cut grass, Burnt toast, Pumpkin pie
Secured in my memory like the smell of cologne on you

Strawberries, Root beer Popsicle, Apple pie, Cappuccino
Secured in my memory like your hunger for adventure

Wet grass between the toes, Sunburn, Laying in the leaves, Cold floors
Secured in my memory like the tenderness of your lips on mine as we kiss

You ignite my senses like the four seasons.
The memories are yours and only yours.
No one will have the sound of your voice.
No one will make holding a cup of coffee look inviting.
No one will provide the same scent of cologne.
No one will make seeking adventure look exciting.
No one will spark the sensual feeling the touch of your lips give me.
You have made an everlasting impression on my senses that will be eternal.
Even as we go our separate ways, just know that they will not tarnish.

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