"The Tiff" (c. 1902) by Florence Carlyle [1864-1923].
I do not mind sulking
it gives us both the time
to think--him about
the unkind thing he said
me about the apologetic
kisses he will soon offer
© Diane Mayr, all rights reserved.
Next up, one from HIS point of view?
I'll have to work on that. I suspect he is having second thoughts about the whole relationship!
What a picture & that is the way things were. Are they still?
Good question! I think there still are, but perhaps less than in our youths. The push for empowerment may have led women to reconsider using cuteness as a relationship tool.