Hopeful hearts

Rum and Robots

Poem by Joni Caggiano and Photograph by Zelle Duda from Unsplash


like ducks in rain, we went splashing
kissing me tenderly melting fiery lips swell
throwing back our wet heads elatedly laughing

my thin hips and round breast show
whiffs of lavender with a hint of musk smiles
picking me gently skyward, touching my face slow
he will ask me to marry, he already knows I will say no

exploring each other one last time
strong jaw now quivering as tears run down
why do you have to leave my hopeful heart behind

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