Walk in the city

We didn’t realize, that the last of the sun light had diminished into a shy navy blue sky. Guided by street lights we walked, slowly, without any attention to where we walking. We replied to each other’s voices just barely aware of people’s silhouettes. My senses were numb, keen only to how my hand was clenching on his arm and  how gently he was holding me as I staggered due to the sprained ankle; until I heard a noise that brought me out of my trance:

The intense
sound of people talking
over dinner,
is like echoing
grumble of a whale
from the depth of the sea.

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