Poetry

Complicated

Written by Jacob Ibrag

She tip toed out the door as the sun

bled into the bedroom. Mistakes are for

 weak skinned, this was a fated bump in.

A reminder, ‘he wants more than I can

give him.’ Complicated. Staring at the

elevator button, biting her lower lip. She

wanted nothing more than to inhale his

 morning odor. Disgustingly addicted.

Numbing ambidextrous logic.


Photography by Anthony Dall’Agnol

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2 comments on “Complicated

  1. Okay, so I had to look up ambidextrous because as far as I knew it just meant someone who was neither right-handed nor left just good with both so I was confused by the last line. Then I found this definition: “Marked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another.” And that makes perfect sense with the poem. So thank you for teaching me a new use of the word! Also, I enjoyed reading it 🙂

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