an April fool-Lois E. Linkens

lois e. linkens

the morning will be cold, he said.you’d better stay, let me keep you warm.

his voice was slick with the beer’s bravery,

his eyes clouded in the dark haze of manhood’s mantra –

keep going, keep talking, don’t let them refuse you.

she smiled,

fingers deft and heart hankering.

no, thank you

i prefer the sting of frozen cheeks to the pain you forced within.

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