Vacancy by Robert Hamill
She fit so easy, her head on his shoulder
They laughed. He revealed his hopes. She warmed with dreams
He gave his heart; though more than she desired.
Too intellectual, not romantic enough
Was that his fault?
A new she, athletic and jogger, the image of vitality
They listened to music, laughed at movies, and lay in arms.
Neither bothered with thoughts
That was too much to ask.
Until it was too late.