a summer poem

cloud-flecked blue air above ussummer greensurrounding warm skinwe’re free herelike butterflieshawks, foxesdeer, serpentslike undulant trout we’re arms and legs splayed wideat play with each otherspead under radial boughsof wide open elmswe’re hot pink as thistlesand naked like the flesh of day liliespulsing nearbyas we pound each otherinto the ground*

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