she could be anybody

gentle sighs,
hugs from behind,
nostalgic sights
we find each other
in the night
at wooden benches
parked between
a natural dark,
artificial lights.
i can only see
2 feet in front
can you see me?
though my steps
are calm,
cold and clean.
i mopped the floor
not long that night
the soap stains sting
don’t get them in your eye.

i was blind,
i am fine, fine, fine
whine, wine, dine, cry


no more
question marks for me,
you’ve brought enough
too many memories

not you or me,
but she.
me and she.

she could be anybody.

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