Memory Does Not Falter -Letters Unsent #7

Memory does not falter, love, we are there. Afternoons of tea or strong drink. My Mercury sparred yours, and peeled layers of clothing and consciousness, in bliss. There, in time, framed without wood or glass, pressed between lips, no one knew how darkness grew. 
Eyes wide you watched, my closed eyes, open mouth, purring.
We hooked the moon, on string and stars. We christened the time as ours, we are there love, memory does not falter.
 

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