A Finishing Touch Poem by Alexander Julian

A Finishing Touch



A woman may stare at herself too much.
I've seen this in lots of women.
She can be an avid reader- looking at herself and a romance novel.
The girl probably looks in the mirror for every selfie.
Many profiles are updated with too many images.
One woman is already too much for herself.
Vacant glance, eye shadows, feisty attitude, etc.
Guys are always 2nd to her: it's just one woman for the show.
Episodes are made up in selfish, pretending circumstances.
No man appeals to her.
Hardly any woman draws her attention.
She stares at herself too much.
Really, she knows what she's doing and knows nothing else.
Too many mirror photos, too many get-outs, too many chances of denial.
A lady will pick up the pieces and feel so lonely.
Privacy, isolation, and self-help lead to so many bad habits.
Her notice is totally self-consuming.
Yeah, she can dress nice.
But what's the point of an unfriendly gal?
Do I have to care about a glittery drifter who approaches less borders?
Even two coyotes would ignore a jewel between the smells.

Monday, May 25, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: challenges,date,gender,girl,girlfriend,goal,goals,guy,knowledge,lady
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