“Perfect Strangers”

Perfect Strangers short poem

She knows
That he knows
That she knows
He watches her!

His silent eyes
With a tip-off arrogance
Makes him one of a kind.

Her soothing smile
With a pinch of grieve
Sticks her out in a mile.

A vain chase of rainbows
With a dash of vanity
Turns them into nameless
Yet perfect strangers!

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I've hated words n I've loved them. It was words that made me feel, Perhaps I was not completely alone. They could be honest with me, n I with them.
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