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In Monsoon-Lightning Season



Philly waits alone for noons
That reach above one hundred,.
Releasing clouds of rain upon her,
Unfolding:
Adjectively:Vibrant,rich and fragrant.
Recalling monsoon season memories
Shaky scenes of sexual arousal
Undulating meringue pie
Anticipating forks of pleasure,
She found no sweet toothed monsoon man;
So Philly sits alone now, bowl in lap
Squeezing lemons;Waiting on the clouds.
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