Not Quite Welcome

Into his thoughts she crept

Quietly, unbidden

He let her stay

Perhaps too long

And when she chose to leave

He could not bear it

For he had become used

To her presence

tara caribou | ©2020

26 Comments on “Not Quite Welcome

  1. I like the ambiguity here, Tara: on the face of it a physical realtionship, yet this could relate to a dream, an obsession, depression…
    Great stuff.

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