Open Windows and Moonlight

We wanted nothing more than to be


And so there we lay,

Skin to skin, bone to bone, and we watched

and we noticed

The way our chests began to rise and fall

in unison.

Little inhales of each other's warm breath

and exhales that turned into hushed laughter and soft kisses.

I watched the world go by in airplanes and closing curtains.

And I didn't mind.

Because they were no longer my world.

As far as I was concerned,

All that existed was us

And we shone and glittered and glistened.

This poem is about: 


Blue Jay

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