At Last

In love
and
war,
we get to
decide
how this love
gets
thrown
around,
and in
between a muddy
season
and
a drought,
we
are
just finding out
how
this life
really
feels
without
all the
rules
and protests.

In love
and
war,
this dream
just
keeps on
dreaming,
but
let’s not
wake up too
soon,
or else
we’ll be
too late
for
the party
that
just started.

What this
poet
means
to say
is
that
in
love and
war,
we get to
decide
how
this love
gets thrown
around,
and
this smile
just
won’t
go
away
with you
just
standing
there.

M.C. Davis

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3 thoughts on “At Last

  1. Old children myth and tale. All war ended. The soldiers would not fight no-more. Powerful and worthwhile words shared my friend.

    • Thank you so much!! And yes, both love and war present a certain kind of romance that is both intoxicating and frightening. Thanks for your comments my friend! Your work has reinspired my work, and I appreciate that very much!!!

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