[POEM] The right woman

The right woman

Sure, I won in the end.
But how much does it really matter
when I can’t shake the image of you
holding that pointy umbrella, telling me:
you could be monogamous with the right woman.

And I looked away,
but you kept your gaze on me
until my eyes met yours,
and I was to understand
you were talking about me.

///

October 5, 2005
State College, PA
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About Gina Marie Thompson

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