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The Riff

Slow, Hot

Poetry inspired by Sergio Mendes

Photo of tall, Moroccan archway clipping sun against blue sky.
Photo by kantsmith / 11 images, Pixabay

Waiting in the burning breeze
neck slick
rolling beads
hot slow
afternoon intrigue
condensing
in a yellow gold den
you incensing my skin

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Jessica Lee McMillan

Jessica Lee McMillan

Poet, Iconoclast, Word Nerd. Likes shiny things. Writes on Philosophy, Music, Nature.

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