" A disillusionment of spring"

As the goosebumps carress my skin so strong,

You stole my breath away; you king of thieves.

The dulcet croon of love; you lure me with song.

And yet like the fall; you change just like leaves.

 

My heart holds a maxim just for you lone,

To love you with every fiber inside,

At night in the dark, my dreams weep and moan,

Cry to you to be where you reside.

 

Warm honey and gold; your embrace so sweet,

Every tender moment is so fleeting.

Universes apart yet so complete,

Hummingbird flutters just like heart beatings.

 

And yet, as I lay on this gravestone near,

The world overtakes my sweet dream with fear.

 

This poem is about: 
Our world

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