george albot


Back seat


I don't know how you could have drove home
Without stopping for a kiss, four times
I wanted to pullynn but no way, away with the fairies
So I went and had a coffee, that one near "ibis"
Have you ever been to that one?
Just to think how nice it was to see you today
Even though it would have been wonderful
To have spent the evening together
I do understand why we didn't;
And when or if we do have an afternoon
Again together it's going to be sandwich
And coffee
I'm going to miss you tonight
No I'm already missing you
I have just started going
over what we did last time
and what I was going to do to this time
I wish you could keep up (old hag"
It a bit strange righting to you tonight
Can still smell you and I would have loved
To have been naked with you, just the once
XXX
But I hope you don't fell guilty
Of the little bit of time we spent together today
It and you was beautiful, nothing change
It's always the first time with you
Night night babe
All of you
XXX

Submitted: Saturday, November 15, 2014

Topic of this poem: art


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