I Wish I Had A Lover – Poem
Dedicated to longing for love people
Sometimes I wish I had a lover
To hold my naked soul
Without the body gaming
That is only an addition
To the thing called ” true love”
Which is in the brain deposited.
The way to walk bare, or in gowns
Some nights are pretty lonely
But physical touch becomes a lie
When there are no heartfelt connections
Between the body, mind, and eyes
Or there is no like of imperfections.
I wish I had a lover
Not just because
But to have a laughter
That brings the joy of spending time
When there are multiple challenges
It seems I imposter soldier of “The One”
The dream of holding hand
It Seems like a mirage in the distance
It’s weird between 7 billion people worldwide
There is nobody who could get me
Mutually in emotions and with smiles
It seems I am like the other lovers who wait in line.
Sometimes I wish to have a real lover, who hugs me physically.
I have a platonic fan club. They admire me as a free-spirited woman and put me in their “friend zone”. Other men see me as a business partner, a great leader, or a buddy. The few, who wanted to hug me, were for the one-night stand. It’s not I complain about the lack of men’s attention but not many care for my imperfect personality. It seems my feminine energy is lacking.
However, to be the things males see in me, I am a loner and used to be that. Brave men who want to find and fight for the woman they call theirs are out of the world around me, but maybe they are somewhere else. Someday I will find them, or not.
On Facebook, I have read that today’s tragedy is that many people are alone from around 8 billion worldwide. It’s a sad reality for both sexes who date only online. That’s not the way to love somebody.
For today, I finish here because the topic is banal and my mood is far away from good. But I believe in myself that I will find a way to move on without a lover. Wishes are always good and someday they may become a reality.