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The OtterI saw an otter once (thought it was a seal)who quickly caught my stride and offered me a deal."Hey there chum, hey there pal! Listen up, listen now!"said he with a grin, holding my eye anda bottle of gin (came with an olive already within)."Now let's assume, as creatures of habit,that when we see an opportunity, we grab it.And that we know now is the time for action,for what was is past, and what will be will never be,except when it is, which is now, you agree?"Not knowing how to respond, I stood in silencefor a beat, as I watched him look me over,a glint in his eye I just didn't like, with a smileto match that made a complete picture of the kind of mindI was dealing with. He made a swift gesture and said,"You look smart, it's clear to me, not one to be led, I see,so I won't waste your time and I'll be done in a jiff,just see what I've got, makes a wonderful gift!"With this, he pulled out some merchandise.From what I could surmise, a liquid of some kindin a small gl
Time to ChooseIf, when we first decide to part our ways,Our eyes stay locked and hearts in rhythm beat,I hope our minds align and lock in phaseAs one, as when our souls at first did meet.The times we share become our memoriesAnd days apart are passed in solemn pain,A pain abated by a touch, a tease,A look of lust, or love, or, said in vain,A line of reasoning against our endAnd toward a future full and bright. We mightJust shift our path and then, our hearts we'll mendTogether ever more, our souls set right.Or maybe not; perhaps I'll think a bit,Enjoy my time while I'm still young and fit.
GeometryI have no sides; only edgesMy planes are vast; too large to measureA shade of grey from white to blackContinuous with color's lackRuns head to toe and back againAlong my curved and spinal bend.The gradient runs fast and smoothLike blue to red post-afternoonAs dusk comes in and takes the placeOf daylight gone to rest in peace.