Thomas W. Case

Gold Star - 6,136 Points (November 10 1966 / Oxnard, California)

Into The Bright White World - Poem by Thomas W. Case

She poured herself into her
jeans like a nice glass of Chardonnay.
I wanted to pound it, but we
had errands to run.
The sun was out, but it lied.
It was February, and cold;
real cold, like her
heart could be.
She wanted to set us free.
She found she couldn't
tame me.
Who the hell likes a
caged dog?
One thing's for sure,
The dog doesn't.
I pulled her close
and growled.
She bit my neck
and then
we were off
into the bright white

Topic(s) of this poem: adventure, freedom, relationships

Form: Free Verse

Comments about Into The Bright White World by Thomas W. Case

  • (7/12/2019 10:21:00 AM)

    Nice snarl to this poem, and an edge of risqué life loving fun! (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 12, 2019

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