Monthly Archives: July 2017

Eyes

I looked at her while staring at the painting. My gaze was into her strokes of blue. Fine strokes with swirls, such as her tongue Likely would make upon my stomach. I looked into her eyes as she sat on … Continue reading

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Watch….Wait,..

  Remember the time you came from over the hillside for dancing. Fields of lavender and poppies waving fragrant colors, In a fitting metaphor for the way your hair fell along Sleek, strong shoulders onto those ripe breasts. We sat … Continue reading

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In my room sits a perfectly still bunny. She shines against the lamp’s dull glow. Whiskers of blue never twitch, hands of Grey ceramic fold in a prayer of silence. The long ears seem to hold her head back, And … Continue reading

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Flicker

      Some days the light goes out in the hall, Flickering like cigarettes shared on Windy nights out by the lake. Awkwardly I had figured out you were Losing faith as I chained smoked my nerves Into a … Continue reading

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Whisky

     To be touched is to be loved. Underneath the skin lies our Loudest voice, tingling tepidly With the hot anticipation of fingers. What replaces our touch of our touch, But the warm and gentle touch of The one … Continue reading

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I knew Elvis

    I knew Elvis. Six feet tall and gangly. Didn’t play very well. Shy. Slow learner. Kind as the day was long. Hot summer heat of Memphis Literally melts the asphalt. Thick black hair. Sunk eyes. Southern. What is … Continue reading

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Late at night on the train

Hard rain falling, black night rolls by under the thunder, Old woman nodded off two stations ago, stupid little dog, Tucked under her coat and newspaper for covers, she snores, While we sit staring into hard rains falling in the … Continue reading

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