The rush of the river, ever so furious,
A fervent pulse in its waves.
Lungs of the winds contracting,
I’m awash with the rarefied breath of the mountain.
The epidermis of the earth, caressing my soles,
Soiled skin ever so supple and fertile.
Spiking fever of the atmosphere,
Temperamental temperature of the skies.
Ineffable elliptical wonders,
Of the earthly body.