soulful rock and roll

Turbaned and loose bloused, ragged jeans and nondescript shoes, eyes ablaze, Delphi stepped up. Sugar be sweet, break it up, a low steady alto, a croon, a throaty, bluesy rendition, teased a little more, sugar me, swing him with a brick, that’s alright, imitating the whiny teen male tenor and the soulful rock and roll, overdosing ladies, a weariness escaping, the yell from the yard, the aches and the pains and the cool relief of junk leading into night, cruising down the neon main, itching to get back, away from the escape.

David Cain, Song of Songs

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Lord Malinov, literary author, bon vivant, rogue romantic poet
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