In The Palm Of My Hand

Written: Maxima


In The Palm Of My Hand
Through howling of the bitter wind
Twisting among thick snowflakes
All of a sudden a shadow
Of arms, a warm embrace
Appears out of nowhere
Your loving and warm embrace
Touches the depths of my soul
My lips instinctively
Brush against yours
My hopeful look
Rests on your white scarf
Wishing to shape
Your happiness and your dreams
I love you even when the wind
Twisting among snowflakes
Howls wildly
Down the empty streets of
This sleeping town
You are my everything.

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2 thoughts on “In The Palm Of My Hand

  1. Claudia Anderson December 9, 2015 at 00:30 Reply

    I like this poem alot, because it mixes tactile images with emotional ones. Intense love extends past the normal “love” words….it mingles texture of all sorts with the core of love. Really like it.

  2. kcg1974 December 8, 2015 at 14:32 Reply

    Feeling all warm and wonderful, thanks to you, Maxima. Thank you.

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