I said no. We didn't go
to the café where she might have seen us,
we didn't look into each other's eyes. There were no
easy-to-misinterpret glances, no
hard-to-misinterpret pressing-togethers of legs below
She must have had some other
When I heard
I felt the taste of coffee rising in my throat.
We didn't go.
She couldn't know.
Nobody now can say otherwise. You
won't talk. It won't show.