Evil Call - Poem by Nassy Fesharaki
He laughed and angered me:
“She was young with good legs and her thy…
Wearing shorts and exposed, helped arouse
I frowned but also showing teeth I smiled
Was it (yes) ? Was it (dogs’) ?
“Wanted more, got close…
Couldn't…was on feet and no sight…
Saw my look, confused:
“Shall I go or stay…erotic…”
He went on:
“She stood shorts covered the main piece…”
Wanted to shout at him:
But couldn't, intrigued.
“The evil inside me told me to ‘lay her down’
I replied: ‘how can I why I am in the car? ”
He spoke; I looked on.
“Evil said…’”hit and run.’”
In that way he meant say:
“Her fall would uncover the last part…”
I left him murmuring:
“You are dumb.”
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