Silent Curiosity

A character introduced in Book One of the series, The Windmill, becomes an integral part of Book Two. The poem is written by this character and features within Book Two. But who is this character, who might the subject of the lines be, and where and when was it discovered…

Silent Curiosity

I look upon you with silent curiosity
Wondering about the thoughts inside your head
Can you see me over here, do you notice me at all?
Can you feel familiarity or remember what I said?

The radiant light that envelopes all around you
Drawing moths into the flame
They know they should not venture there
But do it all the same

To catch your gaze and hold you there
For what seems like eternity
Those emerald pools of tenderness
Express such warmth and sensuality

I look upon you with silent curiosity
Wondering about the thoughts inside your head
Would you let me see inside your mind
Like a book that could be read

To smell the sweetness of your scent
To know you’re close to me
I could hold you now forever more
Throughout all eternity

Your golden hair that’s spun from silk
And ebbs softly in the breeze
You turn to me, my heart beats fast
A moment that calls to years long past

I look upon you with silent curiosity
Wondering about the thoughts inside your head
Can you see me over here?
Do you notice me at all?

If I strode towards you bold
And took your gentle hand
Would you follow me so sweetly
As we walked across this land

To search amongst the ancient ruins
And find meaning for us there
Whilst the sand glass takes a turn
As it flows down like your hair

I look upon you with silent curiosity
Wondering about the thoughts inside your head
See me now in this lifetime
And embrace the book that should be read.

Silent Curiosity K Lewis Adair

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