Sincere moments slip in and out of our breath like shadows among the trees.
One moment I see you. The next you’ve changed your shape and I can barely see.
You say no one hears you like I can. You tell me truths that make you afraid of yourself. You try to hide but want out. I just see through all the doubts.
I force myself to live with the sun on my face. The rain imbibing in my skin. The moon light in my hair. You won’t find a girl like me just anywhere.
So intertwined we slip between one and two. Sometimes we seem to repulse each other. Sometimes we seem to be long lost lovers.
I will keep playing shadows with you until I decide if they are too much for my freshly sewn seams. I will play monsters and angels until one of us is thrown from heaven. We are Frankensteined together, it seems.