Lucille - Poem by Joseph Narusiewicz
Lucille as illusive as a rare diamond
Her beauty royal, like a star
Mystical with ethereal eyes
Quick with honesty like Eden
I follow the Star of David
Her gates are golden pain
Kafka and castles
Mothers of steel codependency
Men under mothers like little boys
Rich men with good jobs but boys
Lucille the realist
She waits for a love over the Red Sea
I tell her, I love you Lucille!
I get a text, PROVE IT!
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