he was here but now i guess hes gone

i really barely knew him – i knew what was in his pants better than i knew what was in his brain

or about to come out of his mouth.  so when he said come with me, on a train, to the edge of the continent, i paused.  i hated that edge.  i had been to it b4. lived it until i left and felt like i was ecaping from a prison.

during the pause i also though about his works – i have a work visa, but i dont. so i paused.

or i thought i did.  but it wasnt long enough.  that smile didnt fade..it was on that face that had
grabbed me the first time i saw it. and so the word ok slipped out.  why it so much easier slipps out than no.

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