Water spewing from the fountains in Italy or maybe it was France.
Another place, another time.
Somewhere on the Northern Hemisphere, where we met.
Surrounded by many,
but like none.
They didn’t know it,
but I did.
The sunlight kissed our skin from the heavens above.
Honey and pastel hues of pinks and blues,
back to the days, when I loved you.
What sweet undertones with ever growing addictive fumes.
There were many assorted delights,
in our picnic of two.
Where I enjoyed the simplest things in life,
like the presence of you.
Easily saying whatever it was that came to mind.
The feeling of your skin on mine.
The taste of strong ales and rosé,
my guess of your favorite of wine.
In this moment time seemed to stop
as if you and I could forever control the clock.
The perfect rhyme, a pleasing hymn, for a ever so bitter, but lovely end,
to the tale of the romantic and her imaginary friend.