A Poem by Nothing Personal

There are way too many men who never take chances,
Sitting diagonally across from the corner of the room,
I spotted you.
The openness between your eyes, your thighs, your whatever
I grabbed and pulled 
(Was it your hair or was it just..)
so hard that my hands writhed in pain
Was I afraid? 

Too many men don't know our world
What we do in cryptic spaces in half dim rooms
that barely have space to fit you and me,
our bodies collide like mountain zones
it's deformation in minds and bodies
foregone conclusions, all gone by this moment
But, after it is over, you forget why we started
I am not the boyfriend
and I don't ache for you
But you insist we meet again,
next time I have to finish what I started
so that you can never have another next time,
ever again.

© 2017 Nothing Personal

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Added on June 24, 2017
Last Updated on June 24, 2017


Nothing Personal
Nothing Personal


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