Author: zelle PM
“Want to go somewhere?”...a chess game on a hazy afternoon. Make what you will of it.Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Words: 189 - Reviews: 2 - Published: 07-12-03 - id: 1354616
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Claimer: Yea, yea you know the drill. Mine, mine, mine, etc.
July 12, 2003
It was born from shades
Of earthy orange brown
My hair spills behind the chairs
A half finished chess game
And a velvet purse.
"Want to go somewhere?"
Sour and green
The grapes in his mouth
And looks at me with private eyes
Indolent lounging—a lion's grace
Deep moment in a hazy afternoon
I ponder stars and littler things
With his hand that roves
Across the battle field.
A/N: I don't expect this to make much sense, but if you think about it, there is a deeper meaning (or at least I think so). Yesterday I was sitting and playing chess with a friend (on an oppressive and hot afternoon) with this conversation (a grand total of two sentences ^_^). Today I sat around and was writing about nothing in particular (like usual ^_-) when I thought about yesterday and wrote this poem. Took a grand total of 12 minutes baby! Tell me what you think (and why ^_^). Ciao!