JANE THE RABBIT, A STORY IN 4 POEMS PART 4: FREE VERSE

Owen flailing, trying

To keep Jane afloat in the

Conversation.

Jane the Rabbit, ironically

Attempting to hide in her

Shell.

“I’m sorry,” he says.

“You seem nice,” he says.

She sips

Her coffee, letting the liquid seep on the tip

Of her tongue.

“Thanks,” she says.

“You seem nice, too,” she says.

A smile is split in half

Between them.

It isn’t much, but

A connection is made

And,

For now,

That’s enough.

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