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Wrathin Chowdhry

Summer Lightening

The burning summer winds
Brought you, Aeolus' gift

As shimmering lost wraiths we met,
Heat stoked desire, the fiery columns
Summer fruits bathed in
Fresh sweat and after flow
Conjoining, noctilucent
The ecstatic sun consumed itself
Sizzling brines incipient froth
Defying aging bodies
Deified in lust
Siren calls of peaking fulfillment
Delta engulfed
The pulverizing prow
Opening vast waterways

Lightning forked the clear blue sky
None saw, heard nor comprehended.
That summer the hot winds blew long and hard.

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