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Beg Marks

I would snap black and white photos Of thick black hair pillowing bare shoulders. You would hear deep inhale and know the Musky scent perfuming my eager nostrils. I would bite the softness of your softness in moments of orgasmic … Continue reading

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Wanton

Two red tulips writhe together breezily, Necking as long swans among the green pond. The purring Persian laces through my calves Her lithe gray body softly weaving. Now the fleeting breeze lifts again, lightly Teasing loose the dandelion tufts two … Continue reading

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Four Bodices

In Garcia Lorca’s famous poem, The Unfaithful Wife, we see the story of the Spanish Revolution as told through the eyes of a gypsy pistolero and his encounter with a married woman of means trapped in a loveless marriage. [Exerpt]…. … Continue reading

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Brown body

The night moon washed the sheets A pale blue. You, the brown Body, lay curled as a dead Cinch worm in the summer heat. Far from dead you breathed, and I felt you in my cock, as the pulse Of … Continue reading

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