cherries in high summer

teeth sink on the stick
the taste of cherries
a sweetness that underwhelms
and evaporates in the movement
of passing cars

did you ever see the sign?
sent over the sky
a bow pulled back
and let go the rains
to overflow

the taste of cherries is getting old
the salt of the sea calls
a pungent sinking like sands
and footprints erased by tides
my love i couldn’t think of a good lie

i sink my teeth on my finger
i imprint a strange pain
a bitterness that overwhelms
and burns with the movement
of a passing sun

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