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Cherry and Claudia

She asked me to touch her. Down there. It’s been so long, she said. I feel like a coffin. Just use your fingers. I was reluctant. When she said—It’s just your hand, it’s not you—I thought—It’s just my hand, not … Continue reading

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Venus Infers

Venus rising in frothy lace petticoats and sunkissed pearls, the seawear of golden seduction, and I, a lone comma pulsing within the voluptuous grammar of the ocean, I, a conjugal apprentice and disciple to all things invoking beauty to rapture.

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The sea’s lacy fringe flirts with the glistening shore in the shadow of pines.

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