I imagined being kissed under the Magnolia Tree,
Blossoms falling upon our bodies,
Spring, a reminder of new beginnings.
Your touch a warmth that soothes my mind,
a silent break of joy that my wide eyes
I imagined being touched surrounded by Orchids,
Petals scratching our naked backs,
Summer, a candle burning into the night.
Your grip a tight reassurance that urges me on,
My lungs fill with air and a scream cuts my mouth,
a tear of passion that my strained hands
I imagined being tortured beside the Rose bush,
Thorns nicking long delicate hands,
Autumn, a dark horse carrying nightmares.
Your hold a tightening leash that reminds me,
Constant pressure wraps around my body,
a thump of worry that my pumping heart
I imagined being killed with an Amaryllis in my hand,
The red trumpet flower staining my fingers.
Winter, a silent wind freezing my heart,
Your absence a destruction that knocks me down,
Blood fills my lungs and overflows my mouth,
a breathless silence that my strained mouth