DO YOU EXIST?
BY, VIRGINIA CLOSE
The muscle – anatomy of a young man;
confuses my unnerving mind,
of your wits; my veins swirl to its vine.
The Adonis of my dream is
charming as a prince;
tickles the molecule of my spine; mental
torture to my system align.
Alarming echo of divine;
Oh my Adonis! Fetching and burly; do you
exist? In the reality of my life; in the
reality of the metaphor
of the day; forever I long to intwine with your
soul. The heavenly love from spirit calls;
as pure as silk of clouds in the
sky way up high. The moon; the starlight appears
when the sun gives the way; to have me in your
arms; forever and more.
The extinction of subsistence on earth outshines.