She says she’s looking for companionship,
Quite possibly a friend;
She says she wants to cuddle
And maybe, hold hands.
She says she’s looking for somebody,
That just might be the one.
She says, she’s open for conversation,
But not for sordid fun.
She knows what she’s looking for,
She knows just what to get;
Ain’t looking for a bummer,
Just trains that stay on track.
She has a slew of hobbies,
That tick off all the boxes;
She has a string of commands,
There ain’t no compromise -yet.
She isn’t very lonely,
But she sure could use a hand;
She’s looking for somebody,
Who knows just what to get.
She says she wants to take her time
And make this mission work;
She says she’s looking for relationships
Not just someone to hurt.
She says she’s willing to take the time
Give her own fair chance;
She’ll measure twice and cut once
Don’t count the steps, just dance.
She whispers to weakness
Beguiles the unbeloved;
She tempts the sullen bride
To leave her veil uncovered.
She beckons to the broader world
With open unlost reveal;
Does she mean to be this open
And expose all that she feels?
She spoke the words that rattled cages
Lit hope in darkened mists;
Remembering just in time
That this is just a written list.
Whether she is real or not
I know my limitations
Imagined or realistic
My confidence is mere imitations.
Hampered by my own demise
How could I extend candidacy?
A life going nowhere, a body abhorred
This dream is naught but idiocy.
So close the window, escape her words
And shake loose the thoughts of desire;
Tell Craig to leave us be
Lest she learns that we are liars.
Real or not, rattled in my cage
For once I wondered whether
I could be less detestable;
If only I could lose my tethers…