Couples - Poem by Nassy Fesharaki
I catch them as crows; steal soap
or when owl catches mouse.
Couples are stories
Sony Centre is a house; Performing Arts
took Rosie and husband, fund raising
for cancer; charity
Sarah called from Charles, gave them ride
headed for an art house, Thomson Hall
a concert…or, what was?
“I love you, ” politics
she kissed him
I felt like she wanted end a fight
then man felt great gain
so he nagged, nagged and nagged
order-like and command:
“I told you, didn't I? ”
Their men seem, to be gods
Girls are wax in the hand, and polite.
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