Pool

I saw from the balcony
drugs in hand under towel
she swam to me
and I felt it, everything
I had taken in
I moved the ducks and I
washed the towels
because it was time
to get out of the bath
and face it, it’s true that
it isn’t the time
to be swimming

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  1. Popcorn

    Reblogged this on thegreatpopcorn1999 and commented:
    Hello, .My name is David Alexander, but you may know me as Popcorn, and I a future writer. I need help getting exposed to the literary world. I am asking for your support and for you to ask friends, family and love one to check out my blog

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