Between Drops

Poem By Charles Lara

A twisted streak
of multi-colored
pirouettes across
the belly of a
cottage cheese sky
above a shimmering river
where lines of trees
outstretch their
every limb to
catch the drops
of fat fat rain
freely falling
down below
wet lovers
slowly kissing
in the late afternoon
while dancing hands
madly rub on
concealed delights
begging to wake
before the roll
of sonorous thunder
bounces off the
steel & glass canyon
reflecting the shadows
that takes them away

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