Amy Carr

Rookie (October 22,1975 / Washington, DC)

Statuesque - Poem by Amy Carr

She waits for him to come,
patiently staring at the door
taking care never to move,
to remain as a statue
so that upon his entrance
he may see her perfect smile
and the lovely draping
of her dress in a pool
on the floor before the chair.

And silently the cat passes,
wondering at the madness
of her statuesque mistress,
waiting alone,
counting the moments
until her lover comes.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 14, 2005

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