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My Hips

My hips fly off the bed, Like birds, You kneel between my open thighs, Two fingers inside of me, I’m jerking myself off, Straddling my clit, My cunt open and wet. And with a twist, Your arm, pushing forward, You … Continue reading

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Instead of Cataloging I was Daydreaming About What We Did Two Weeks Ago

Looking over to the library storage closet door, As the Viagra clock ticks, I imagine how it was; I am on the floor, You kicking me hard across the slick tiles. (Robert is so floor-proud, like a pervie housewife, Never … Continue reading

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Walking on Coals

Fucking you is like walking on coals; I move forward, feet tender, And I, tenacious, Your hand inside of me, A slap to my chest and I open. My heart is in a cave, The cave deep and dark, My … Continue reading

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Tempered

I’m becoming tempered, Like a piece of stolen glass, A splinter in a shoe, Life and death are working their bloody entrance, Into my body. I remember the smell of molten metals, The hiss of acids at the jewelers, Poured … Continue reading

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Trannyboy Sailor

There is a trannyboy sailor in my bedroom, All round blue eyed with long dark lashes, Strong chin and wide lips, Peeking at me shyly. He wears a navy middy, And beneath it is his heart, An organ wrapped in … Continue reading

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