Living, Forgetting You

Living, Forgetting You
By Rose Bence

I forget you when I’m alone
My mind is erased of your caress
Of your kisses upon my neck
Of your chuckles

Forgetting for health
Temporary amnesia perhaps
But when the lights go down
And the bed sheets warm against my skin

I remember that half the bed is cold
No arm about my waist
No, you, whispering
Asking if I’m asleep.

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Wow! This is so beautiful! May I re-blog it? 🙂

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      1. I will post it later today and if there is anything else you want to add (as far as credit, etc), let me know… thank you. I am really enjoying your poems

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