Not exactly holiday-related, but this poem came to me after watching a group meet in a nearby conference room.
The Meeting in Conference Room 12-A
“Get the door please, Mabel.”
As she maneuvers the maze of swivel chairs
to the conference room door, suits talk
work, kids, and sports.
The meeting begins.
She sits quietly, recording the crinkle of polyester
In brown, blue and gray.
As men drone on in monotone,
Mabel recalls a memory from long ago.
The sun warms her bare skin.
Geno walks toward her with a cool drink,
then rubs oil across her body, tickling her in places
only he knew.
The meeting ends.
She pushes chairs beneath tables without expression
as suits swish through the door.
Inside, she smiles mischievously.
4 thoughts on “The Meeting in Conference Room 12A”
We all need a happy place to visit during those meetings.
Don’t we though.
Ahhh, day dreams to make you smile. 😉
Sometimes it’s all a woman has to keep her going around all the male bullshit.