she saw in the evening's early beginning
that reminded her of a basilisk with insidious plans.
The way they darted about during dinner
every time a woman passed by
let her know that he was a Lothario and not to be trusted.
She concluded that he did not match the quality of man
she was looking for.
Nervously, she jiggled her car keys as she planned her escape.
Thinking, appearances sometimes are exactly what they seem.
After the check came, she said her goodbyes along with
apologies for cutting the evening short and darted out the door.
As she started the car, she decided that would be her last blind date.
Prompt links: Stop by and join the fun. Submitted to the following prompts ...
3WW- early, jiggle, quality
ABC Wednesday- A is for appearances
We Write Poems - new dictionary/thesaurus words; words used:
Lo·thar·i·o :[loh-thair-ee-oh] –noun, plural -thar·i·os. (sometimes lowercase ) a man who obsessively seduces and deceives women.
bas·i·lisk : [bas-uh-lisk, baz-] –noun 1. Classical Mythology . a creature, variously described as a serpent, lizard, or dragon, said to kill by its breath or look. 2. any of several tropical American iguanid lizards of the genus Basiliscus, noted for their ability to run across the surface of water on their hind legs.
in·sid-i·ous: [in-sid-ee-uhs] –adjective 1. intended to entrap or beguile: an insidious plan. 2. stealthily treacherous or deceitful: an insidious enemy. 3. operating or proceeding in an inconspicuous or seemingly harmless way but actually with grave effect: an insidious disease.
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Today's Music Link: the song- In your eyes by Peter Gabriel (click here to view)