Do You Believe In Magic?

How could I not believe in magic

when there are galaxies in your eyes?

When the stardust in your hands

longs for the touch of my thighs?

Don’t you find it strange

how we’re a part of something bigger?

How you know what words to use

to ignite my flame and pull my trigger?

Perhaps the atoms in your lips

once belonged to a shooting star.

So place your light upon my neck

and kiss away my scars.

All that makes up our bodies

were a part of life forgotten

in our breaths, so labored,

in our hearts, so wanton.

Maybe the particles that make up your body

once danced with the particles that make up mine –

billions and billions of years ago,

it’s how my soul recognizes your shine

So come and touch my skin, my darling

the next time you feel small

and I’ll show you, you’re a part of me –

moving as one, we’re a part of it all.

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15 Responses to Do You Believe In Magic?

  1. Sadje says:

    Lovely and romantic

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  2. Brad Osborne says:

    Wow! This is beautiful! The flow is smooth and orbiting with great phrasing and a lyrical rhyme pattern. It whispers its words like wishes and leave the reader mesmerized and longing. I missed this part of you! Well written, my dear friend!

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  3. The V Pub says:

    I love this theme and the way you represented it. We are all starchildren.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Absolutely beautiful poem. Very well done Kristian❤😊👍👍.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. I am a believer in magic. It manifests itself in so many ways and forms.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Beaton says:

    How can this not be magic 🥰
    ~B

    Liked by 1 person

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