Debonair

The luxurious black material
shimmered against the sun,
and it hugged his perfect
body like a second skin.
Handsomely debonair
just didn’t do him justice.

© Sarah Doughty

For the Word-High July Prompts
of Filipino words,
hosted by Rosema and Maria.

Makisig – (adj.) dashing; well-dressed; gorgeous

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22 thoughts on “Debonair

  1. elegantly written. reminds me of Banquo’s words about Macbeth: “New honors come upon him, / Like our strange garments, cleave not to their mould / But with the aid of use” (1.3.144-146), nice one, Sarah.

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