Paris, 1970

Doisneau might have eyed and shot us
for how brazenly and rapaciously we kissed,
my red pumps akimbo on the cobbles,
you peeling off my silvery raincoat,
the poplars in the Bois de Boulogne
blowing trombones, trumpets, cornets.

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