Unravel in Disgust

There he was hovering around a woman

Scanning her body head to toe

Stuck his eyes at her bosom

Quivering, he wanted it so.

Followed her everywhere through the store

Pretending to shop when she looked at him furious

He kept doing it all the more

That’s it! She stood in front of him pretty serious.

‘Haven’t you seen a woman before?

Did you get a good look?’ she asked

He didn’t know how to get out of the store

She took him up to a task.  

“ I was not looking at you” he swore

He didn’t have the slightest shame,

He glanced at her head to toe once more

This time, touching his penis in mighty acclaim!

“How about you touch yourself more?

Maybe you’re still fired up down there?

Let’s have the police help you score,

Just once fair and square!”

He denied looking at her again,

This time he took an oath on his mother

Gosh, such a filthy bloody bargain,

He crucified her to the dirt filled gutter.

 He had no courtesy to apologize,

Instead his friend asked him to be more careful

She walked off with anger in her eyes

In desperate urge, he was not fearful.

As the security witnessed the sight

No one had any action done

And again she saw him eye another woman in might

He unravels in disgust under the same sun.

-Adelene Dsilva (Coelho)

About Adelene Dsilvahttps://adelenecoelho.wordpress.comIf you are in love with a writer, You will always live in their words.

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