Hey Stranger

A poem.

Brian Kurian
Jun 8 · 2 min read
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I saw her sitting at the bar but I didn’t know her name,
I saw several other women in this place, but their faces all looked the same,
We were both young and wild,
Back at her house, she left her small child.

She went out looking to have a good time tonight,
Now, she’s got me locked in her sights,
I walk up and make my move,
My name is Brian, damn I’m smooth,
That’s not exactly how it went though,
We were talking about the next bar, it was almost time to go.

I said something funny to catch her attention,
Where am I from she asked, I said it wasn’t worth the mention,
We drank and danced,
Had a lot of fun and a one night romance.

Then we went our separate ways,
There was nothing left to say.

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Journal of Journeys

Each of us are the narrators of our own unique stories, dramas and sagas. Journal of Journeys is a publication that takes pride in helping share those stories.