Nowhere on Earth
From the first time I saw her,
I thought she was beautiful.
Her eyes held flecks of green,
They mesmerized me.
And her innocence hid behind,
A smile that lit up the sky.
Who was I to know,
What was waiting around the bend.
Sweet kisses sealed an agreement,
Unspoken at first,
And hugs became more demanding,
Unsatisfied with mere warmth,
Until the night passion met passion,
And needs and desires were met.
I felt no shame in what we did,
Strong feelings had turned into love,
And we claimed each other.
She became even more beautiful,
Because she carried my child.
We had a secret,
We were waiting to tell the world.
Then one day she was gone.
Her family refused to talk about her.
Her absence left a hole in my heart,
Only she could fill.
She had disappeared completely,
Ready to give birth,
Nowhere on Earth.
One year later I saw her again,
More beautiful than ever,
In her arms she carried my child.
Our features were evident,
Our child displaying the best of both,
Eyes with flecks of green,
My human skin,
Her big green smile,
All was there,
Perhaps our child would be taunted,
Or maybe even beaten,
Because she was different.
Our child was beautiful,
Carried by her mother,
Adored by her father,
Two worlds unified in peace and war,
The first to cross over,
The first of her kind.