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Those magnolias drip of summer’s morning welcome
Each brilliant star so swollen in the night
Like the bulge of a mother-to be
So vivid, so glowing
And while the sultry breath of the child
Heaves
Back and forth, back and forth
Feet abjure the soles of their existence
And let they befoul the ground
Like a cold sweat of two bodies as they lie
So bare, so knowing
Birds sing to us the song of the sun
As we give time a pulse
Back and forth, back and forth
Sugar entangled on the seeping tongue
So colored, so flowing
Each door to our souls, look
And know we must leave in the morning





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