Good Enough for Words

He saw

her.

Her eyes met

his.

Chinese lanterns, smokers corner and a traffic light –

He grew some –

She said said some –

The nearness in space,

bed.

B r e a t h e

s  l  o  w  l  y

Lips apart

hands on the side

peeling off her top

skirt drops

pants pop

legs and a spot

cherry

stop.

whisky sips after the night,

standing at a bus stop,

shuffling of feet,

a few seconds,

gone.

 

 

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