Zoltan Galos

Try a sexagenarian

Her face not rested
puffed-up cheeks time's
come to test her pride
her desire
to have another man
another lover
even for one night
no reason to fester jealousy
no cause for undue alarm
nobody owns anybody else
i like her just as she is
just as she acts a cousin
a daughter granddaughter
i looked at her feet in
her tight jeans her pert
perhaps i am in love with her
my way my style to be
around her
and if I have a chance
i'd kiss her stroke her
relax her and make her
peak on my lips
i wonder if she did that last
night or the night before
or any other time i'll test
her for love like she'll test
me for Greek.
she's a friend i'll never
impose on
but i'll ask her one day
if we could have sex
the way she had never before
the way she'd imagine
perhaps like the russian
woman the other day
who wanted to try a
sexagenarian wow I am
growing on young love.

2013.02.19. Athens, Greece.

Submitted: Sunday, May 19, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 11, 2013
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Through the Internet communication programs many seek friendship and love. It's an exciting medium to communicate through and receive requests for friendship that might at times turn into love. My young Greek teacher is my Muse and friend and she entices my writing of poetry.

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