Emily Cari Clifford
How Do You Plead? - Poem by Emily Cari Clifford
The charge is indecent exposure
What do you have to say for yourself?
I’ve heard that people in love can’t keep their hands off each other,
But never as a defence!
The other guests were shocked
As the lift slowly opened it’s doors.
They expected the people trapped inside to be in distress,
Not naked with clothes on the floor!
All I can say your honour
Is that I was with the one person I cannot resist.
He just asked to be with me forever,
This is a sentence I wouldn’t have missed!
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