Speechless

When I part the curtains,
her indigo jeans still hang
on the clothesline, legs spread

as I remember her last evening.
We listened to Mozart
and drank red wine.

Later, sprawled over the bed,
I played with her, with that soft part of her
that I can’t say. Can’t name.

Speech is not everything.
Confined in silence, yet could I
there speak my piece in tongues.

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