“Crowds Will Look” by Rhys Ramsay

Crowds Will Look

I hope the backs of our heads,
when they are nestled together,
cause offense to the gawkers
who, in disbelief stare us down.

I might choose to bare all for show
although, she leaves her hair covered
she, wears no doubt on her sleeve
when she walks arm in arm with me.

Artist Bio: Rhys Ramsay is a Scottish poet and short story writer living in London. Taking inspiration from a diverse range of writers and artists, both contemporary and past; he is currently working on his first collection of poems covering such themes as city life, sex, love, meltdowns on the tube and politics.