Letters To You

Dear You,

I remember our teleporter
Though it never worked
We needed a replacement part
But they just never sent it
If only we had that now

I miss you,
Me

Dear You,

I remember that summer we were together
Residing in the fort we constructed
Hiding behind the blue wall of that mat
Leaning up against the shed out back
I had my arms around as I held you close
I remember your sweet scent
And the feel of your soft skin
I remember kissing your neck
Ever so delicately
We were so young, so innocent

I miss you,
Me


Dear You,

I remember the last day of school
When we went with our friends
To the cheap theater
And saw the Prince and Me
I recall holding your hand
As we sat there in the dark
I never wanted to let go
But as you know, I did

I miss you,
Me


Dear You,

I remember late nights
Laying with phone in hand
Telling you bed time stories
Of peasants and kings
And beautiful princesses
I'd whisper the tales
Because I couldn't be caught
An adventure of its own

I miss you,
Me


Dear You,

I miss meeting you outside my house
On cold February nights
Sneaking away to the basement
To watch movies together
Caressing your skin with my hand
The warmth of your body
Nullifying the bitter winter

I miss you,
Me


Dear You,

I remember the last day of work
Before I left for Colorado
I picked you up as soon as I got off
And we drove across town to IHOP
I wore my grey and blue argile polo
Because I knew you liked argile
We sat and chatted for hours
When I'm sitting with you
I always feel at home

I miss you,
Me
Rodel30 Rodel30
18-21, M
Dec 3, 2012