The shiny lips of the wine glasses
Appealed to the girls much more than my own.
At the end of the party no one planted
On my lips a blissful kiss, but
Many goblets were smudged with red.
Who knew wine glasses could blush.
Omer Zamir is a twenty-three year old Israeli who has been writing poetry for the past four years. He has a passion for edgy and free spirited poets, such as Dylan Thomas, Walt Whitman, and George Holbrook. Music plays a big part in influencing his poetry, as well as interaction with people. He’ll write until the lights go out.