Tag Archives: trespass

Electric

Trespass, skin on air, fornication with angels– Who turned the lights on?     Advertisements

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Vellum

At vellum’s core, pink, parsing the grammar of lips, to trespass, lightly.

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Cherish

This side of dream, to marvel in sheer trespass and longing, to engage the mystery and riot of skin, by touch and flagrant cherish.

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Retreat

Perfectly still dog, robed in dust; birds, choral and bright, flutter and thrash in needle-comb trees; I, this side of dream, trespass lightly.

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Wound

After the first wounding, a necessary course of retrieval was set. She entered herself, a ritual sacrifice to the gods of trespass. She wouldn’t move on until every single pore radiated symmetry undisturbed.

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