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Nervous Proposal

by Debra Rose (Age: 30)
copyright 03-12-2009

Age Rating: 13 +

We, uh,
the methodology
that we, um,
were trying to achieve.
We blasted through this
study in biology--
this study of human grief.
I seem to, well,
have lost my intents and purposes
and I,
I don't know what to say.
Other than, well,
I miss the way your skin feels
when it's,
you know,
moving under me.
And, I was hoping,
maybe if you get this,
that you could--
I don't know--
consider leaving her for me?
And if we,
could maybe have another shot?
I think you would,
I mean...
you could
probably really like me.

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        03-16-2009     Jai Garg        


To think of first timers, the joy in the quivers etc,etc. cloaked in the stammer.
But you do have the passion to try it again.

A nice youthful time frame to click.
Nice to remember.

        03-13-2009     June Nazarian        

Debra, I really like this. You certainly have captured the nervous stammer of an uncomfortable situation. Hm, you know, it took some guts for this person to try again, so, um, I sure hope she gets a second chance. Sorry, not trying to imitate, just having a bit of fun with the language. Love it.....June

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