I’ve never owned anything I can’t love
I’ve never loved anything I can’t own
But then Life brought you,
Dazed and indifferent
Waltzing in partially
Half way through the door.
Not in place
But perfectly at home
In the middle of nothing
Impossibly and undeniably
Your very own human
On the side of the fast lane
And the zooming race that
Perfectly fine with being
On the outskirts.
I bowed to that
That the nonchalant babyblue-eyed man
Would never say Yes or No or even Maybe
Never nod or shake his head, applaud or mock.
Leave an opinion or a message
Or love me without being told to.
Indifference, indecision, incompleteness, incomprehension of all human emotion.
Even your tears range from sour to sweet and sometimes never even fall
How could love ever arise from such a beautiful fault?
A flaw that outlined the very you I have found myself encompassed by.
And so I gather my failing knees from your inconsistent doorstep and drag myself body and soul to somewhere
Anywhere under the sun.
We share a sky.