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Elena Plotkin


Before We Met


Do you remember how it was before we met?
Of course how can I forget.
Were you terribly lonely back then.
Well no, I had my parents and friends to cheer me up now and then.
What about boyfriends, lovers, and beaus?
I may have had a few of those.
By a few you mean no more than three.
Sure, somewhere in that vicinity.
What do you mean 'somewhere in that vicinity? '
Hey, what's with the third degree?
Sorry, I was just curious how much more than three.
What about you, do you remember how it was before we met?
Actually it's strange since we met I've started to forget.

(C) 2013 Copyright Elena Plotkin

Submitted: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Topic(s): Love


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