Jena Crowe

Sunglasses And Cheap Gum

There are a couple of boys
ditching Summer school, skate boarding
down my street.

I sit in the shade beneath the willow
and write about the way the dirt feels
under my feet
and chew inelastic bubble gum
I bought at the dollar store
and how I now regret that poor decision-

Actually, my teeth wrote that.

I am still trying to figure out
if one of those boys is really a girl.

Poem Submitted: Saturday, July 12, 2014

Form: prose


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Comments about Sunglasses And Cheap Gum by Jena Crowe

  • Lonnie Hicks (7/15/2014 9:43:00 PM)

    Hi Jena. Humm, Great drama in this, and you give reader surprizes all along way.

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