Utopia

Skin on skin
Yet not close enough
Breathing you in
Desperately
Until you
Vanish
Like mist
On forgotten valleys
Where birds
Preach about
What-ifs and used-to-bes
Where the crescent moon
Reminds me of
How your hands
Loved me
Before dawn
Where a ghost choir
Serenades
Overplayed love songs
Where loneliness
Embraces me
Poetically

© Noora (07/2015)

Note: I never meant to be away this long, but life has a way of changing directions suddenly. 🙂 Please, be patient with me as I catch up on your recent posts – a blog at a time. I’m trying my best to focus on reading/commenting your work more regularly again. It’s great to be back. I’ve missed you!! Love and inspiration. Always. – Noora

43 thoughts on “Utopia

    1. Thank you, Deborah! I recycled the lines from an old poem I’ve never posted here. I think the original went like this: “yet I am not alone, loneliness embraces me, poetically”. Glad you liked it.

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  1. I tried commenting on this from my phone earlier and it looks like the comment never went through. :/

    This poem (like all of your poems) is simply stunning. I love the way you weave your words. You’re talented! 🙂

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  2. Greetings Noora,

    So wonderful to be back in your poetic palace! That poem was mesmerizing, like passing perfume wafting from a woman who turns the head with an unassuming glance.

    So elated you’re back. Let me tell you, I understand the plethora of directions Life can take you! However, she always remember to lead you home to what matters. 🙂

    Bienvenidos!!

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  3. Yay! Happy to have inspired you, MW. I’m looking forward to reading your new work soon. I’ve been pretty busy this week. Thanks for the comment – means a lot. Much love to you.

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