A new poem
by John Hennessy
You told me you adored me from your grove of oak trees,
surprised me with a hastily scripted pornography of oak trees.
Your feet press the clutch, hands turn the throttle, of oak trees.
I’m suspended beneath you, anticipating the mileage of oak trees.
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