George Looney | REMEMBERING THE SCENT OF FRESH-MOWN HAY

Not even the body of a lover—remembered, of course, as all there is, in the end, is memory—can ease you back to any place you’d ever want to say you know like the back of that lover’s neck after love. The scent of fresh-mown hay suffused the air and made you want to lick whatever…

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