In Old Montreal

by Bradley McIlwain

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cool smooth stone sooths silky porcelain skin
feet first dangling naked above the avenue in
the hot night listening to musicians blow slow
jazz on the corner watching street performers
don masks like Grecian statues on cobblestone
eating the last bits of dusk.

Bradley McIlwain is a Canadian-based poet who lives and writes in rural Ontario, where he spends time continually pushing the boundaries of his own imagination. His work has been appeared in Wanderings Magazine , New Verse News , and others.

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