Poem #20

How to eat a summer peach:

first rub it tenderly

exfoliate the fuzz

then stroke the baby skin softness

against your lips and take

a tiny bite

releasing the nectar

slurp the sunwarm flesh down

to the last sweet threads on the pit

and lap up the juice

running down your wrist.

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