That made her laugh- July

March 23, 2010


She said that we looked like an Oriole cookie. Me so white. Her so black. July laughed easily. And talked about anything. Without a censor. The first thing that came into her head, came out of her mouth. She told me how she liked it when her boyfriends got into fights. When she could hear their fists smacking into someone’s ribs. And the grunts. And cries. It turned her on. Especially when it was over her. And she’d see the expression on my face. (I couldn’t hide my repugnance.) And laugh. (July laughed about everything.) She liked the way I reacted, that I didn’t give into everything she said. Because she was beautiful. And she was beautiful. Long black wavy hair. Dark almost purple coloured skin. (I had never touched such soft skin.) She never used makeup. Never used creams. Never exercised. Her figure was eye catching. Some afternoons she would stop by my place and we  would have tea on the front steps and watch the traffic of people moving by. And she would talk. About everything. (No one expressed more opinions about life but held fewer to her bosom.) She had been a registered nurse in Buffalo. But turned to prostitution because the money was better. She moved to Toronto so that her mother wouldn’t find out what she had done with her life. (She sent money back to her every month.) July got tired of caring for people (especially old people). She said that old bodies made her feel sick. Something about the smell. One day she asked me to be her boyfriend. Which meant pimp. I almost choked on my tea. That made her laugh. And then she disappeared. I hoped she moved back to Buffalo. With her mom. But I doubt it.

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