To Be The Flash / by Yessenia Funes

I wonder if I could run so fast that I'd travel through time
I'd choose an era of lust, an era of the divine
A moment when you worshipped me
More than I ever knew
A place in time when you loved me
When my lips were all you knew

I wish I were a speedster
I'd run to you now
I'd race across the country
Through the sweet breasts of the mountains
And the salty taste of the sea

I still see you in my dreams, you know
We're together there
But when I awake, I'm reminded
Of our love that disappeared
I can't escape reality,
No matter how quickly I move my legs

Nobody has touched me like you
Since that last night we stayed in
Making love in a beach-side cabin
Warm and heartbroken

No moving or thrusting
Can echo the sound of the ocean
Laughing at our silly games of love
The sound of you and me, moaning to the stars above

No one has filled that void between my thighs
The heavy breathing and sighs
That lie within me, awaiting you
The low hum of vibrations keep me from begging you
To serve me a sip of water from your fountain
Of memories and tragedies

Maybe it's best I can't run fast
Because a sprint to you just wouldn't last
My heart would fail from the scars of our past
A steady fleeting pumping—

And then I crash