In a Pub Full Of Smoke

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Written: Maxima
The truth tells its story…
Sometimes we would sit
In a pub full of smoke
Close to each other
Longing to talk
To share our words of love
While a seedy singer was silent.
Then she would screech again
Oh, my God, it’s painful…
Your hand would reach for mine
Softly caressing my palm,
– Let’s go outside
Please
This place is not for us
Gentle look.
The night was warm
We would stroll
By the river
Under the moonlit sky
Giggling, whispering
About the flirting of the moon
And the evening star…
I would fondle your lower lip
Softly, forever…

All I knew was
You sought forgiveness
For not being kissed for long…
Forgiveness for your trembling lips
How much I loved that tremble
Wished it would never end…
Then we would talk…
So strange, you see,
You, a big city girl,
I, a country boy,
Eager to change the world,
Building a new tomorrow…
I love you

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7 thoughts on “In a Pub Full Of Smoke

  1. noelleg44 May 11, 2016 at 14:13 Reply

    Thanjks for stopping by my blog! This poem is so evocative of something in my life!

  2. kcg1974 April 16, 2016 at 15:47 Reply

    Yes, Maxima, it surely does. Beautiful!

  3. mywords331 April 16, 2016 at 04:55 Reply

    Beautiful..
    Have you experienced this really..???
    I never…
    I being an Indian girl has to follow some limits…

  4. Sue Dreamwalker April 15, 2016 at 12:51 Reply

    beautiful Maxima.. I remember those days too when pubs were filled with smoke.. So pleased the smoking laws have changed that environment..
    Such a lovely poem..

    Wishing you a wonderful weekend.. And many thanks for all your likes.
    Love and Blessings
    Sue xxx

  5. ladieswholunchreviews April 15, 2016 at 12:42 Reply

    So very beautiful! I’ve spent some times in smoke filled pubs…

  6. MyoPaname April 15, 2016 at 10:08 Reply

    Emouvant…
    Tout en douceur et émotions.

  7. giselzitrone April 15, 2016 at 09:13 Reply

    Schöne Rose liebe Grüße und ein schönes Wochenende liebe Grüße Gislinde

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