Hair long and dark like a silken night, her eyes glazed over, lips pastel silent. Every so often sips a cold long island, no jazz musician but her feet tap in time and she's skin like China, won't crack even for a smile. While people try to please her she will only check the time and she's not a people pleaser for she'll bore within a while. Perfume carried by the breeze, she's freezing, smoking outside. Her cheeks are apple red but her eyes, quitely tired. She claims your jokes are dead and then she'll laugh like bitter cider- a bittersweet pink lady brought to life beneath the night's limelight the apple of the eye of every single man in sight
He'll ask her if she knows this song and she replies 'no, not tonight.' He'll ask if she enjoys herself. Blankly, she says 'yes, quite.'
The room a-brim with deep jazz sounds: she sings sweet melodies aloud, she sways as if no one's around, she sighs, it doesn't make a sound.