poetry

Clumsy Love

He drops cheese on his shirt

I drop the chicken spoon in the curd rice

He abruptly stops

As I walk past and place my hand

On a stranger’s shoulder

Clumsy, clumsy love

Soaring mercury

Shining faces drenched in sweat

My hands glitter

And he shows his fangs

Clumsy, clumsy love

“Do you want to kiss?”

“No, I shall give that moment, a miss”

“Will you travel here again?”

“Give me reason, make it insane”

Clumsy, clumsy love

I travel north

He goes south

With his cheese stained shirt

And I leave with a flutter in my heart

Clumsy, clumsy love

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