just because

just because

just because

I still cling to sweaty curves

wrapped in sheets on sultry afternoons

just because

when I bend double at the waist

my bare breasts and forehead touch bed

just because

I get off on watching when

you fall into trap of my pleasure

does not mean I feel

any misty ambiguity

about you, naked, frolicking

in the summer sprinkler


For Andy Townend Poetry 101 Rehab: misty ambiguity [just because] Andy wrote to use : “misty ambiguity    just because,” so I borrowed just because, too.


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the time has come, the walrus said, to talk of many things . . .

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