I had forgotten how sweet your lips were. I had forgotten how softly and exactly they fit onto mine.
I won’t be played for a fool this time.
I’d forgotten how your fingers fit so warmly intertwined with mine. I’d forgotten the constellations that dot your shoulders and your back.
I won’t be taken in just like that.
I’d forgotten that you look into my eyes and are never the first to look away. I’d forgotten that, with you, I never know what to say. I’d forgotten that you fit like a puzzle piece.
I won’t let you ruin my peace.
I’ve become hardened and war bound. I wear armor and don’t fall down. I don’t want to feel helpless ever again. I don’t want to give up on everything I’ve gained.
But your pillow lips hug mine close and your broad shoulders promise to never let me go.
I have no idea what I’m doing or what feelings to show. I’ve always wanted you and I think you’ve always known.