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It's 8 am

I watched her wipe the lipstick onto her forearm
And grin
Squirm out of her dress,
Kick her heels off onto the hardwood.

I watched her draw me into bed.

When we woke she said she
Had been awake,
Afraid of keeping me up.

I smiled and said
I had tried to be so still.

She said she never
Did this anymore.

Then she said it was time to
Wake her son.

But we just lay there
And stared.

She kissed me
I kissed her again.
 
She said it’s past 8 a.m.

She let me watch her undress.
And then she wrapped her arms around my neck
Drew me in with that awful grin

And was gone.

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