You Held Me

Sun, 09/14/2014 - 14:53 -- Skoves
You held me 
Caressing flesh
Tracing curves
Turning your porcelain skin in circles 
around mine
My body, scarred 
lived in
Yours smooth
untainted, crisp
like an unsealed envelope
Enveloping me
 
A marble sculpture of a man,
His lover and hand cracked off long ago, yet here he is 
Reunited 
With his other
Half
He works to memorize her form
Creating a mental blueprint of her curves
flesh
dimples
For if they ever became parted once more
He must strive to remember what he lost
Hold on to the beauty that was once 
his
Connected at the fingertips
To me
His lover
 
It was In circles you ran 
With your fingers on my 
form
Fingers on my spine
Fingers grasping at heart strings,
mine.
 

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