Poetry Prompt 29 – Questions – Do I Know You?

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Do I know you?

What makes you think that?

Weren’t you at school with me?

What school would that be?

Did you go to St Catherine’s?

Are you the girl who read all the time and woped class?

You knew about that?

Didn’t every one?

Are you the boy who dobbed me in?

And you think it was me?

Well was it?

Didn’t you get my Valentine?

You sent that?

You didn’t know it was me did you?

Did you know I lusted after you?

You did?

Couldn’t you feel it when I walked past?

Is that what that tingling sensation is?

You aren’t very perceptive are you?

Are you catching the city bus?

Is it the council rave you are going to?

Did you get the invite to the over fifties line dancing hoedown?

Would you like to accompany me?

You’re asking me?

Do you think I’d ever ask anyone else?

Oh, have you read Jane Eyre?

Is there any other book worth reading?

Shall we?

 

Written for: http://pookypoetry.wordpress.com/2014/05/29/poetry-prompt-29-questions/

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13 Responses to Poetry Prompt 29 – Questions – Do I Know You?

  1. Very cleverly done. That’s a lot of questions for first thing in the morning though 🙂

  2. PookyH says:

    What a lovely story!

  3. JackieP says:

    Now that was good! Amazing that a story could come about from a lot of questions. Well done Michael!

  4. What a wonderful story. Love where you went with the prompt.

  5. Ah that is so cute, Michael, and the best match with that Jane Eyre novel!! (smiles)

  6. RoSy says:

    A sweet story 🙂

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