The Woman with Tattoos

by Majezty C. Navarro
(Redondo Beach, CA)

(Inspired by Laura Schlueter)

She walked in front of me through the crosswalk,
a beautiful woman with a Lion tattoo that crawled down her side.
The wind blew her dress back and revealed the
"Love" tattoo on her ankle;
Lovely must have been her name for she was just that, lovely
her figure was remarkable,
her eyes broke no focus from her direction,
wherever she was heading, I wanted to follow.
She broke the law of gravity the way she carried herself,
when she stepped onto the sidewalk, her legs
became more defined; sexy.
I would have given chase, but my light turned green
as she disappeared into the crowd…

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