Heat Poems

Popular Heat Poems
July Heat Wave
by Margaret Hitch

Too hot to move
Absolutely sweltering
A pregnant lady gets out of a truck across the street.

I’m trying to focus on my feet
And how good the concrete feels under them,
but I think I may be falling.
Surely, the earth is spinning and i’m just riding the rock,
A surfer on creaky knees.


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Fever
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

desert blooms at noon
days of drought in the deep south
when love first ignites

a summer heat wave
quickly melting ice cream cones
wild activity

the long torrid nights
a profuse early blooming

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Recent Heat Poems
Fever
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

desert blooms at noon
days of drought in the deep south
when love first ignites

a summer heat wave
quickly melting ice cream cones
wild activity

the long torrid nights
a profuse early blooming

......

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July Heat Wave
by Margaret Hitch

Too hot to move
Absolutely sweltering
A pregnant lady gets out of a truck across the street.

I’m trying to focus on my feet
And how good the concrete feels under them,
but I think I may be falling.
Surely, the earth is spinning and i’m just riding the rock,
A surfer on creaky knees.


......

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