Girl On A Bicycle Smoking A Cigarette - Poem by Gary Witt
Autumn in Firenze after midnight
On a side street you breezed
Around the corner in an auburn cape
That matched your hair and boots;
And with a most unnatural silence,
Disturbed only by the clicking
Of your derailleur,
You released from your lips
A puff of white smoke
That trailed eternally
Behind you in the moonlight.
Peace descended upon the stones in your wake.
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