Thursday, February 10, 2011


Suddenly you are here, with me
in my bedroom.  
My heart beating fast
Hands roaming our bodies, familiar places
touching, satisfying the hunger, the craving
Kissing each other, revisiting those places that lead us to ecstasy
Our breath, heavy
Staring at each other, speaking in silence
All at once, we take each other in

"I missed you." I whisper out.
"I want you so much..." he says breathlessly.

Somewhere in the background, I hear a faint noise.  It grows louder and louder.  My eyes open, only to realize that it was my alarm clock.  

Sighing heavily, I realized it was just a dream.  My eyes well up with tears. 


Cinderita said...

oh. Sending you a great big giant hug. xo

Shady Del Knight said...

Reality is highly overrated. With dreams like that who needs it? Keep in mind that Gustabo always pees on the toilet seat afterward.

Yvonne said...

Rita - Thanks, I really need one!

Shady - lmao! you made me laugh!!! :)

The Frisky Virgin said...

Awwwwww, *HUGE HUGS*

And, I totally agree with Shady--at least in dreams (well, the good ones anyway) we can escape reality and really live...odd as that sounds.

Anonymous said...

It is times like that when I told true to my Tinkerbell quote, "You know that place between sleep and awake, the place where you can still remember dreaming? That's where I'll always love you...that's where I'll be waiting."

There is something beautiful yet so painful when your subconcious soul yearns for another. I am sending you tons of hugs.

Belle said...

You write about love so beautifully, Yvonne.

David Batista said...

Great poem! I liked it a lot. Very angsty! :) said...

Oh girlfriend, I've had those heavenly dreams too, and then want to bash my alarm clock and my forehead against a brick wall. Don't do that, though.

Yvonne said...

FV - Thanks for the hugs! Yeah, I totally get what you said. It's true, it's almost like we're living vicariously through our own dreams.

Jewels - "There is something beautiful yet so painful when your subconcious soul yearns for another." -I love that! Very thought provoking. And Tinkberbell! Awww! :)

Belle - Thanks! I am glad you think so anyway! :)

David - ha! Angsty indeed! Glad you enjoyed it!

RR -ha! Nah, I didn't do that. I did want to go back to sleep though and go back to where I was before the stupid alarm went off! My day was a blur today, all I thought about was him. Sigh, oh well. Tomorrow is another day and all that! :)

Sandra said...

K, was this supposed to make me horny?...'cause it did...I'm just sayin'...
Don't cry!

Yvonne said...

LMAO! Yes, yes it was! My work here is done. ---now you see why I wanted to go back to sleep???? Dammit!!! :)

May said...

A piece of positive concrit fom a fellow TRDC-er....Well, you certainly bring a high degree of realism to your writing! :-)

Kelly Garriott Waite said...

I agree with May - Very realistic. Jarring ending which works so nicely.

Karen Peterson said...

Being woken out of that dream is the worst.