Martini glasses chime with floating olives, Cocktail dressed, and music playing, Clamoring voices and velvet hands. Will I measure my life in coffee spoons? - Or plastic sticks where olives used to be. Salty sweet like the sweat of angels, You hand me my drink, Electricity passes through your fingertips. I am shocked. You sweep me into your arms, We glide over the floor, The rock songs play but we waltz. “Take your time, Love” I tell you but you never listen. Will you ever learn, Or will I? We do this dance around All the questions we will ignore, Just for one more moment. One more dance. Just one. The martini glasses clank. Cheers to the moment, It hangs in the air, Wafting, dispersing, infecting our clothes, it lingers.