A View to a Kill

My life is a James Bond subplot, my view
of women cinematic. As one vies
for my affections—maybe baking pies
wistfully; yet striving—my body pins
another to her bed, rocking the pine
boards, casting miasmal shadows, our pile
of rent fabric forgotten with her pill,
nothing more than a frame of time to kill.

One response to “A View to a Kill

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