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Escape route to love

Updated on May 10, 2012

This was incredible, my entire my life was summed up in one moment. At last I understood the meaning of living. Doing 90 miles per hour and everything became a blur, and the only thing I could see was her graceful smile beaming on me. Her golden hair moved like the ocean, and as the winds blew, even the plants couldn't hold on to the shaky ground.

The sirens were getting louder, and the thought of being in danger seemed to be getting close . For some reason it did not seem to bother her, and as she came closer her lips pressed against mine. I'd never felt anything this, it was moment that was unforgettable …

It was getting warm, and the air con was broken. Sweat was pouring down my forehead and with the constant yelling ordering me to pull over,left me in a frantic state. I wondered if this will ever end, but just looking at her urged me to carry on my devilish ways.

Her perfume intoxicated the air, the sweet smells of roses and lavender kept my nerves at ease. I couldn't keep my eyes of her, she was so daring, and I guess she saw the same in me as we drove down the highway staring at each other.

The sirens were so loud, and the engine was running over time. This was a ride we couldn't control. I didn’t know what to do, should I stop and surrender? Will she leave me if I give in?

So many questions to be answered but there was no time. It was now or never and I had to do something. Deep inside of me I knew this was the wrong thing to do but the rebel in me thought otherwise and let’s face it, it not often a pretty girl jumps in your car and tells you to drive. Still rambling on to myself as turn the corner speeding like a mad man I take a glimpse at her and I’m left in awe.

She never once panicked; she was as calms as the wind and I wanted to know why. The roads were rigid and the tires desperately tried to stay at bay .The cracks were surging through, and we were spinning out of control.

The cops were right on are chase there was no going back. The fear of getting caught grew more; the odds were against us like a ton of bricks. The storms grew angry with rain soaring through the trees, At this point you would have thought it was time to hand ourselves in, but we couldn’t. We came too far give up and the only way to go was forward.

Mind you, my heart didn’t seem to agree, and the gut wrench feeling in my stomach was slowly bubbling away. She laid her hand on my chest and from that moment everything became still. No longer could I hear the sirens being played, it was as if every single sound fell into the cracks of the ground and couldn’t be heard again. For the time there was no fear or panicking, I finally understood. Nothing could stop me from feeling this way; I found my escape route to love.


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    • BeyondMax profile image

      BeyondMax 

      6 years ago from Sydney, Australia

      huh! you caught me off guard with this one! Nice turn of events =) I was smiling like a loon when I finished it.

    • blaise25 profile image

      Fehl Dungo 

      6 years ago from close to you...

      Always love the way you describe, it's captivating.

    • bonny2010 profile image

      bonetta hartig 

      7 years ago from outback queensland

      excellent...you are so uninhibited with your portrayal of love...loved it.

    • Brittany Star profile image

      Brittany Star 

      8 years ago from Somewhere in Texas

      Very nice poem

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      Kiri  

      8 years ago

      I love the way you have portrayed love in this..it's a good concept :)

    • The original Eman profile imageAUTHOR

      The original Eman 

      8 years ago from london

      Thanks all of love i was really trying to convey the passion that of love and i believe i have achieve that so thank you for reading this

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      prettydarkhorse 

      8 years ago from US

      beautiful, your words are sweet and very romantic, make me travel to the world OF LOVE--Maita

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      George J Hardy 

      8 years ago from Southern New Jersey

      I like the descriptive narration. I don`t use that technique but maybe I`ll try it too in one of my hubs. Good writing!

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      Julianna 

      8 years ago from SomeWhere Out There

      I felt the adrenaline of love running through your veins as you accelerated into over drive, there certainly is no turning back for you! What a delightful read. :)

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      JeanMeriam 

      8 years ago

      Enjoyed reading. You have a lot of really good imagery in here.

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      maven101 

      8 years ago from Northern Arizona

      Are we awake yet..? Dreaming of hot pursuit, new love, and rejuvenation is a lot of dreaming...You have done excellent work providing us with your journey of discovery, and I thank you for that...Larry

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