A Facebook Poem in Two Parts
Woke at 4 a.m.
with a start,
with a flashlight, found
his cell phone on the dining
room table, ran into rainy
darkness, tapped on his
window as he was about
to drive away.
...about to drive
at 4 a.m. when
I heard a faint tapping
at the window...unlocked
the door and it opened to an
standing in the misty
moonlight wearing only a
and my cell phone in her
Thank you Linda! That was amazing!
[Composed with my husband, D.H.]
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