Loo de Loo

February 1, 2010
By marlea keidong GOLD, Schoharie, New York
marlea keidong GOLD, Schoharie, New York
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Awkward silence rushes though tiled walls,
Lines of solemn faces
Wait to finish.

Relief replaces tension.
Cover is regained,
Manhood protected.
Timberland taps away passing seconds,
Minutes drip pass,
Annoyance rises.

She finally emerges with a smug, small smile,
Then rushes back in.
She forgot her bag.

The author's comments:
This was written from a male's perspective. I hope I did alright.

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