Thursday, July 23, 2015

Summer’s Bliss is Interesting

Summer’s bliss is interesting –
it fosters amplitudes of heat and light
which so regale, excite, consume us,
so exhume a nature in us which
does not believe that it can die,
and so endangers every sense,
that we are lost to caring if we burn,
go blind, adopt complete disinhibition
in the body and the mind. We turn
our faces up to sun – are one with it:
having begun with it a dissolution into all
its glare and glory. That’s the bare part
of the bliss, and summer’s story.


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