July whistles

July plays a whistling tune over the planes of my face.
I haven’t learned the rules of his game yet.

The morning’s hesitation opened into a hot light that quickly folded into itself, brought wind to the leaves, and a dimming, and a running grumble that promised relief to the thirst that plagues all things, but it never did. It never did.

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