I Saw the Old Man Looking Down

I Saw the Old Man Looking Down

A Poem by Ken e Bujold

I saw the old man looking down
sly like the old fox
I knew him to be.
A twenty-something blouse
ripening raisins in the sun
flicked him a peek

she'd seen him too.

I smiled, nodded
amused before
she snapped
me back

"What the f**k
you looking at Pervert!"

Ken e Bujold 
2022

© 2022 Ken e Bujold


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Tread carefully. Innocence is a bad thing. Oh and watch out for manners.

Posted 2 Months Ago


Attitudes and perceptions. These days a man has to be careful what he says and what he does. Even holding a door open for a woman can be viewed as patronising by some. I just call it good manners.

Posted 2 Months Ago


Ken e Bujold

2 Months Ago

same here Robert. this is just a whimsical slice on the every day going ons around my part of the wo.. read more
Robert Haigh

2 Months Ago

It can be an education in itself, sitting in a coffee shop, or at an outside table, and doing a litt.. read more
Ha! That's young women for you nowadays. Back in the day, I would have blushed and quickly moved on. These days you'll get a mouthful of foul from some of them. Yep, pervert, that's what you risk getting called, dare your eyes slip lol.

Chris

Posted 2 Months Ago


Ken e Bujold

2 Months Ago

indeed, unless your over 70, then she just as likely to think, sugar daddy :)))
Chris Shaw

2 Months Ago

Ha, turns into an opportunity. How I love that :)))

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Ken e Bujold
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