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The Way It Sometimes Is

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At times it is like watching a face you have just met
Trying to decide who it reminds you of
No one, surely, whom you ever hated or loved
But yes, somebody, somebody. You watch the face

As it turns and nods, showing you, at certain angles
A curve of the lips or a lift of the eyebrow
That is exactly right, and still the lost face
Eludes you. Now this face is talking, and you hear

A sound in the voice, the accent on certain words
Yes! a phrase . . . you barely recall sitting outside
By a pool or a campfire, remarking
A peculiar, recurring expression. Two syllables

Wasn’t it? Doorknob? Bathroom? Shawcross? What the hell
Kind of word is shawcross?
A name; not the right one
A couple of syllables that could possibly be
A little like something you may once have heard

So the talk drifts, and you drift, sneaking glances
Pounding your brain
Days later a face occurs to you
And yes, there is a resemblance. That odd word, though
Or phrase, is gone
It must have been somebody else

Yes, it’s like that, at times; something is, maybe;
And there are days when you can almost say what it is.

By Henry Taylor

Compiled by : Sanaa 16/6/2014

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