Creative Talents Unleashed

Jade
eyes,

Melting
the Sahara sand,

Many
men had speculated,

What
was her hidden agenda?

Being
in a place like this,

Dusty
bar stools,

Smell
of liquor and tattered dreams,

She
seemed like a jewel among thieves,

Sauntering
in quietly,

Up
to the counter,

Softly
she spoke,

“Have
you seen this man?”

Producing
a crumbled picture,

Old
and faded,

With
a sigh,

“He
just left here,”

The
portly bartender exclaimed,

Pupils
narrowing,

She
nodded,

“That’s
all I needed to know!”

Grabbing
the photo,

As
quick as she arrived,

Out
the double doors,

She
was headed,

“Wait!
Why are you lookin’ for him?”

A
tall thin man from the corner of the room called,

Face
hidden,

Stepping
into the dim light,

He
smirked,

“He
broke my heart many moons ago”,

She
stammered,

Then
as swift as a blink,

A
bullet flew through the air,

Slicing
the man’s expensive suit,

Piercing
his…

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