Chocolate Sky; a Poem

Chocolate sky

 

Up above, I see a chocolate sky for you,

But now the sky has a different hue.

Now I’m with you – the sky’s no longer blue,

  • It’s red.

 

It’s a sky of fire, a ring of desire.

A crimson embrace,  of fiery lace.

 

I see a chocolate sky for you,

But now it has a different hue.

Now I’m with you – the sky’s no longer red,

  • It’s purple.

 

Majestic and bold, emblazoned with gold.

A sweltering kiss, of infinite bliss.

 

Chocolate sky for you,

A different hue.

Now I’m with you,

It’s no longer purple,

  • It’s green.

 

A vermillion unseen, velvet and serene.

I breathe you right in, I’m drowning within.

 

Chocolate sky for you,

A different hue.

Now I’m here without you,

The sky’s no longer green,

  • It’s black.

 

I miss you like crazy,

My memories hazy.

I dream of your touch,

Can I miss you this much?

 

Chocolate sky.

A different hue.

Our tomorrows ensue.

Sky’s no longer black,

  • It’s yellow.

 

A Daisy fresh from the lawn,

Petals now roughly torn,

She loves me,   loves me not?

Oh! – She loves me.

Full stop.

 

Chocolate sky.

It’s just you and I.

?

xx

 

A poem for Edward with my love, from Daisy

(inspired by “Picking Daisy”)

 

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