“I'd rather take coffee than compliments just now.” –Louisa May Alcott, Little Women | Reply or see more “I Saw You” ads at alibi.com/personals.
When I was driving down the street, I saw you driving your blue vehicle, hair flowing in slow motion. You looked exotic like a tanned Irish beauty, and your lips caressed your e-cigarette so gently. It was worth bending my rim against the curb just to catch an additional second of your magnificence.
I was the girl who sat down at the long table. Shortly after, you looked over and gave a polite smile. You were sitting at one of those comfy couch-chairs playing on your phone. You were wearing shorts, you seemed athletic. I was wearing feathers and I seemed disinterested. But I wasn't.
Just in case you were wondering, I saw you.
And you're beautiful!
Only a paraphrasing of the poem “High Flight” could describe YOU: "Slipping the surly bonds of Burque, the foothills you climbed, to dance the Crest on silvered, laughable sneakers." Whatever the case, before disappearing up the trail you at least winked at me, most likely because your three unruly dogs paused to poop in my front yard.