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Galaxy Collide

by Britt Blomster 2 months ago in love poems
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Your embrace is like a galaxy where all of my stars align

Galaxy Collide
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A jolting ripple ran down my spine at your entrance

Tongue-tied, I paused in the middle of my sentence

Soft lips curving into a smile illuminating me whole

Your eyes are the windows to the other half of my soul

Electric whispers against my flushed skin

Eyes wide open to better drink you in

Floating past my yesterday, flying towards my tomorrow

I want to be the sponge that soaks up all of your sorrow

My favorite song becomes your voice, masculine divine

Your embrace is like a galaxy where all of my stars align

We collide, and our broken strings tie together

Making the other whole

Forming protection from life’s stormy weather

We pay the lover’s toll

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Britt Blomster

I'm a writer, poet, storyteller and dreamer. I'm inspired by the world around me and channel that into my writing.

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