Justine Tennant

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Reverie - Poem by Justine Tennant

La femme Parisienne
was there too, again
her jaunty 'newsboy' cap
flicking through a copy of Granta
sipping macchiato, listening to Jane and Serge
'So à la mode; so preoccupied, so thin! '
I stared at her reflection
in the café window
and straightened my hat

© Justine Tennant 2004

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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 16, 2005

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