AliciaPilar Mogollon

Rookie - 205 Points (1969 / indianapolis)

The Woman In The Peacoat - Poem by AliciaPilar Mogollon

The woman in the green coat
the kind of green pea coat i automatically
associate with drifter,

homeless?
and her golden hair a coiffure of disheveled dreadlocks
she sat lounging at the Starbuck's uptown Burnside
smiled as i sang along with the music

'never got over those blue eyes...'
her own eyes shimmered pleasantly
her face was beautiful, i thought;

and she wanders about now
here at the bookstore
where I'm soon to clock in

browsing the art section
a peaceful smile playing upon her lips
such a piece of art herself

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 23, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 16, 2011


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