Summer often brings a treat,
Shirtless men walk down the street,
You can see the in the park,
Or running past the parked cars.
A stunning sight for your eyes,
Rippling abs and thick thighs,
Bulging arms and puckering pecs,
With a little drop of sweat.
If they notice you trying not to stare,
A nod or wave let’s them know you are there,
A smile back makes it sweet,
That makes my day out on the street.
©The Pesky Poet
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