NAPOWRIMO- 29- APRIL 2020- absence

I miss you the most
That I leaf through my writings
To see a glimpse of your radiant face
I miss those smiles of satisfaction
When you felt I inked a worthy poem or prose
Sometimes you would fiddle with my opinions
For days on end and dispose off few stale scraps
I loved how you lurk like a curtain to see
What metaphors I could come up with
To describe things and specially you,
mostly showing your disagreements with a punch
I yearn for those arguments, debates and how you would flare your hands at me
If you wanted to make stance more effective
You worked your way right into my schedule
That often I would forget I was drowsy minutes before
Just as I am now
Now I look at my lonely cup of tea holding itself to a strong reputation of charisma
You bought into my life so seamlessly
Come back dear muse, I really do miss you

PROMPT- To write a poem about absence of (something you miss) using objective correlatives.

Copyright©2020-4th May by Elvira Lobo (All rights reserved; unauthorized use prohibited)
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