She looked around for her lover,
Could not imagine he had not made it,
That here she was somehow alive,
But so very alone
skin crawling her shoulders,
rippling along tender bone blade- chill
definition- a chill
fear with no illness to blame
her hand touches her fever- warm
singular surrounds her
it is company
void of thoughts- just terror-NO!
where is he she crys
"My God,where is he?"
the chill becomes no company-
the Dust, shows no tracks
She felt a bit sad,
And sat on a mat,
Thinking about the times,
When together they laughed...
Tears started dwelling from her cheeks,
She didn't utter a word, yet felt the grief
The dust in her eyes,
Making vision impossible.....
Looking around there was nothing but desolation
She spotted her phone lying in front of her,
Afraid to pick it up,
She was sure it would be broken,
Hungry thirsty, alone and seemingly helpless
She wept for hours,
And thought a lot,
That why is she crying?
If there is no use,
Let's move ahead and stop this abuse...
She went outside for some fresh air,
And saw a man in the fair,
He was a king of her dreams,
Who was looking at her like a romantinc king,
She looked at him,
He looked at her,
Their eyes met,
And they became one...
Now, there was no darkness and no dust,
There was only love and it was must
things had changed so dramatically
The tears no longer falling,
The dust, had it disapeared,
her longing for her lover,
She had come such a long way,
in so little time,
There must have been some intervention.
Both were happy in their own world,
She asked her lover for the long wait,
The King said softly, "it was a test in which you never failed."
The queen then smiled and leaned on him,
The king sang a song during the dim,
How romantic the song was that it made them to dance,
Together they laughed and together they glanced
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