Julia Mackay

(Stockton , CA, USA)

Hospital Visitors Lounge - Poem by Julia Mackay

When you smiled and spoke to me,
I did not know what to say.
But it was like a streak for lightning.
and this was because, well,
It was like it was just you and me there.
I did not know what to say
But, sat down beside you,
And chatted way, and found out
that we both had sad feeling to share.
And I do think we gave each other,
A lonely serendipity time of the day.
I really enjoyed the chit-chat,
with you, the few moments we had together,
that day, in the visitors lounge.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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