Samuel Ellsworth Kiser

(1862-1942 / USA)

Love Sonnets Of An Office Boy (Sonnet 4) - Poem by Samuel Ellsworth Kiser

YESTERDAY I stood behind your chair
When you was kind of bendin' down to write,
And I could see your neck, so soft and white,
And notice where the poker singed your hair,
And then you looked around and seen me there,
And kind of smiled, and I could seem to feel
A sudden empty, sinkish feelin' where
I'm all filled up when I've just e't a meal.

Dear Frankie, where your soft, sweet finger tips
Hit on the keys I often touch my lips,
And wunst I kissed your little overshoe,
And I have got a hairpin that you wore--
One day I found it on the office floor--
I'd throw my job up if they fired you.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 8, 2010

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