Tag Archives: longing

Corner Shot

The word on the street kept him waiting for a dame made of ink-wet dreams.

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Obsession

To be claimed by that which you can never possess– the cyclical deficit of longing in bated arrears.

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The Brides

Winter grows its own brides, penitent, forlorn, pining to wed a warm draft of air, a silking furl of yellow, before systemic freeze slows desire to a limnal peck.   (Image: CocoRosie)

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Historyless Touch

Touch me where I am not, where the fade meets the form, where the furtive scent of glisten perfumes its own root cause and fable, give to me the dirty dinghied secrets of the center, the storied core, which, in … Continue reading

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Breeze

More erotic dreams about the girl from the sea– Longing, rimmed with salt

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Mystery

It’s strange how you can miss someone you’ve never met as if the ache bears a secret history exclusive to its own sense of mystery and rivet.

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Desire by Any Other Name

Adore, how a crush closes in on savored pink, to split flames, and corset ribbed longing.  

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Knead

From hips to belly, the distance between longing and bare knead, swelling.

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Sublime

The mouth, birthing a migrant kiss, begs gravity’s pardon in raising lips to a sublime arc.

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Enclosure

Sometimes, it is just a marginal thatch of shadow slivering a cheek, or the rounded vowel of dimple puckering brazenly a bare knee, or the laser surgery performed on my small, fearful history, by a stray, smoldering gaze, it could … Continue reading

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