Vacancy Conflicted by Jessica Ni Leacai

Vacancy Conflicted by Jessica Ni Leacai


No reservation read, chanced

conversation commenced, two

strangers stranded in streets, at

closing calls of boarded bars.

As minds met, hours

highlighted haphazardly, taxi

ordered onwardly in optimism, en

route roaming to homesteads had.

In questions quized, asked

admirer advantageous, could

company concur in casual, him

partnered pleasantly not single sentry

She smiled sullen, words

lies luridly, spoken

expectations escaped in her, soon

liquid laughter in glancing gestures

His hands held, fragile

pieces persisently, such

touch tempting the tensions, a

taken torso of inhabited infidelity

How feigned fingers, ran

lengths lightly, Voluptas

vested vicariously in vibrations, their

copulating curves were deviously devoured

They burnt bridges, sun

recited rituals, passion

furiously flaring into fervency, man

absconds agnising his fallacious faults

What lain levity, these

mental monstrosities, visiting

chassis contemplating her choices, wished

Adonis available sans dulcinea doted

This poem can be read on poetry.com-http://poetry.com/poems/156360

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About jessienileacai

Irish speaker and artist. I love music, art, languages,literature, history, travel, photography, and comedy. I love Ireland, my heritage, the old ways and the beauty and people of this small island and its surrounding tiny islands
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2 Responses to Vacancy Conflicted by Jessica Ni Leacai

  1. Interesting poem, very passionate.

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