Round the Corner (poem)

Round the Corner

I never really had a crush on her. I always
wanted to

so pretty and friendly the smile quieting round
the corner the testing casual mention
of Christ one insincere
laugh

and I short in dress shoes talk too fast look
too hard and what exactly do I do and
what’s this
once heard

Those lips though
whispers bare

If we married we’d divorce
there’d be a few good years

wouldn’t there

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other poems:
Boulevard Park, Bellingham
Why Cats Stay in Abusive Relationships
Dare
Oldest River

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