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Poem by Jade Blackmore – The Last Decent Man in New York City (1990) December 22, 2020

Posted by vscorpiozine in 1990s, exes, Jade Blackmore, love poems, New York, poems, poetry, Uncategorized.
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The Last Decent Man in New York City

You don’t wear black turtlenecks.
Don’t buy one.
You don’t make obscene gestures while talking to clients on the phone.
Don’t start.
Curious words scrawled,
a frazzled New Year’s resolution.
A blend of teddy bear
and hippie charm,
the only man in modern times
to look sincere in a ponytail.
You care about what you do.
I see it in your face,
I read it in your eyes,
blue and gray without the clouds.
My only regret in the toughest city in the world
is that we drifted apart.

Poem-Captain Howdy Reappears April 18, 2015

Posted by vscorpiozine in exes, exes from hell, poems, poems based on movies, poetry.
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Captain Howdy Reappears

She went to a party
And saw her ex for the first time in 5 years.
He deserved more than
“What was I thinking?”
It was more along the lines of
“OK. I shouldn’t have played with that Ouija Board..”