Ellirie Aviles


Jeepney Poem by Ellirie Aviles


One day, late afternoon
I saw the gal ride the jeepney
I was there before.
she's on her yellow hoody

We're a man apart
and I caught some glimpse
As the jeepney stops
Her eyes agleam

As down the curvature
I planned to bespoke
She hath first
I was evoked

She step fast down
I too do then
Apace mine walk
she afore men

Not too long
Our ways hath part
A comrade called
attraction yet be stark.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 12, 2013
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