Slept In Clothes

Poem By Alc Harris

Knees all soft and baggy
Skin all warm and clamy
with eyes half open
legs like concrete
shoes still on feet
to the hallway
where we meet
In our slept in clothes

Comments about Slept In Clothes

Great use of rhyme again... such a natural flow... I love this.. very visual! I think this is my favourate!
Nicely written. Hope you don't mind but as I was reading it I couldn't help saying 'where we meet... in our clothes we sleep.'
like the poem, you got a way of writing words like pictures, meaning i can see the point very well.........................


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