Divine Greek

At the little Greek café,

he’s the man behind the counter,

hair black, beard heavy but short, eyes brown;

jeans faded, simple T-shirt’s gray.

 

Didn’t catch his name, maybe Nikos?

But after work, out of those clothes,

he could be a modern Zeus,

with me available for his use.

 

Copyright 2013

T. Allen Culpepper

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