‘Jazz Club’ by Myesha Jenkins

19 January 2016 Latest Poetry


Old men sit under a tree

Listening to their music

Laughing loudly

Sipping brandy and coke

Tapping their two-toned shoes

Remembering dreams of

Red dresses and flying brown legs.

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