Maddi Eden

Rookie (August 1st 1980 / London)

1.06am


It's 1.06 am here
In Manhattan.

My feet are cold, I wonder
Whether the lake on Central Park is as frozen.

I love Central Park (and for a moment, my mind dwells)
Summer in New York cannot be beaten.

Its better than winter, summer, it has warmth
Winter is detached and icy

And oh so lonely.

And now it's 1.08am and I am alone
In the busiest city in the world.

Cold and alone, without my summer of love.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, January 04, 2011
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