Colin James

Australia

Cotton Candy Ice Cream

Tim Covell

Canada

Tim Covell writes a variety of fiction and non-fiction, including short humour, biography, and journal articles. He is working on romance novels. He holds degrees in English Literature, Film Studies, and Canadian Studies, and researches film classification and censorship. More at www.covell.ca

Ice Cream

 

I eat ice cream

In the winter

So it does not melt

Like it used to

Dribble down between your breasts

And pool at your navel so

I could dive in

And drink in the memories.

And it still tastes delicious

Though it was so long ago

I no longer remember

If you were an innie or an outie

Or if we did this

Or if it is

Only in my dreams

Of summer and ice cream.

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