The Couple Sings - Poem by RIC BASTASA

evidently, they are a nice pair
both of them
are songbirds in their own

they had a duet in the party
and we clapped our hands

they are old now and yet
still very much in love with
each other

as they were singing a love song
when we clapped
he made chances on her butt
while she touched his face

what a melodrama
and then at the end of the love song
they kissed each other

there is joy
we cheered them

Love so true which age
cannot murder. This is when
the couple sings
their own love song.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 12, 2010

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