Mina Harker


Office Window


It's only a light breeze, but it's enough,
Somewhere a bird is shaking out leaves and twigs from her nest
And bits of feathers, bits of fluff
Floating past the trees like blossom
Serenely along the currents of the air
Rising and falling like an ocean
I pretend not to notice
I pretend I'm thinking about general ledger accounting and turn from the window
The world is full of people pretending not to notice...
At least - I hope it is.

Submitted: Thursday, July 05, 2012
Edited: Thursday, July 05, 2012
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