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A Diner

They sat in the 

milk of buzzing

lights above 

their wrinkled


The waitress

was busy talking

to the fry cook 

who didn't have

enough orders

to distract him

from the lace

peaking through

her blouse 

The coffee was

stale and burnt 

but they kept

stirring silence

pouring cream

and letting

the spoon do

the talking 

When they left

it was morning

and they got 

stoned in the

parking lot

He drove her

home but he

did not kiss 

her goodnight


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