Fall

It already feels like old, tight-fitting skin

Fall at Sierra College

Mornings in the Sewell Hall

Watching you pass by

Staring, and then later smiling at me when we knew each other’s name

Astro lessons underlined and notes

Scarves and white jackets and black sunglasses

Afternoons on rooftops and laying on grass

Under trees and splayed over falling leaves

*

Autumn

Reds and oranges

And 45 minutes time periods sitting on benches

Waiting for lab

Searching for your car in the parking lot on my way in every morning

Knowing I’d see you and talk to you in only a matter of hours

*

Nights at Rene’s

Star Wars movies and

Laying in bed

Timeless

Immortal hours and what felt like days

And your skin on mine

And your lips on mine

*

And rings and brown hair and black sunglasses and bandanas and vegan burritos

Dollar paper cranes

And cigs and benches and leaves and trees and talking and smiling and laughing

Fall at Sierra College

*

And you and I in the planetarium,

Astro class on October 26th,

Joking about the sleeping students

And you and I in the planetarium,

Watching Interstellar

No longer watching anyone else

But holding each other’s hand instead

Looking away when the wave comes in

And washes eveything away but the two of us in the dim light of the room

When you were still here

December 6th 2015

(21:09)

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. Ryan Stone says:

    Wow! Love the progression and the way this one builds to the stunning end. You brought back lots of memories and emotions. Beautiful write ๐Ÿ™‚

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Thank you so much! I wish you the best ๐Ÿ™‚

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Nicodemas says:

    This is so beautiful.

    Liked by 1 person

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