Cosi Celeste Poems
|1.||The Place Where You Live||12/25/2006|
|2.||Boxes And More Boxes||12/28/2006|
|4.||The Taqueria (El Molino)||1/24/2007|
|5.||For Hobbes, The Frog||2/2/2007|
|6.||Practice Being Happy||2/4/2007|
|7.||Caught In Transition||2/5/2007|
|10.||It's A Whiskey Kind Of Life||3/1/2007|
|11.||Count Your Blessings||3/1/2007|
|12.||What's Your Reason?||6/9/2007|
|14.||Not Just Yet||3/14/2008|
|16.||Among The Things I Can Have, But Cannot Keep||3/17/2009|
|17.||White Elephant (Revisited)||3/17/2009|
|21.||So You Took A Wrong Turn||2/3/2007|
|22.||Friendship Takes Time And Its Toll||12/25/2006|
|24.||Coffee At Ihop With A Bipolar||12/31/2006|
|25.||It Was You||2/1/2007|
It Was You
I notice that when you walk by,
you notice me.
I catch you catching sight of me,
and smile when you smile at me,
then you blush.
When you speak I watch your mouth.
Who cares what you’ve said?
You notice me watching your mouth…
You notice me not caring about what you’ve said.
You smile at me…
I smile at you…
Her ears were too big, but she never listened.
Her attitude I was told rivaled that of a Brooklyn whore.
She ignored anyone that didn't feed her.
She took from the blind when they weren't looking.
She pretended to be asleep, so I wouldn't move her.
She snarled at the others who dared to look at her.
She claimed the favorite chair and moved you, if you sat there.
She wasn't very tall, but you always knew she was there.
She died not knowing she had a cat's name.