Friday, March 20, 2015


Blind Date,
A Poem About Reasons

They had a place by the window
To watch the boats on the water.
His words
Were like stone and iron;
They were meant to build an image
But were like a wide hard rampart
That she did not wish to conquer.
He did not see
Or take notice
When her words fell on the carpet,
Where, like the dawn, they soon melted.
He spoke-
She should want to listen,
And hear these words like a mirror.
When he paid for the coffee
It was clear
That she was leaving.
She spoke through the half down window
He heard her now
For she lied,
"Let's meet someday in the future."
As she drove off
He asked in wonder,
"What is wrong with that woman?"
At home, she sat on the sofa
To start some ice cream binge eating,
And told One Eye Cat
The story.

(C) Adron Dozat
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