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I Mean It In The Best Way

I want to sink my teeth into you, bite against the back of your neck, rake my claws down your side and curl them against your ribs. I want to penetrate you in every way possible, while you breathe and … Continue reading

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You Said It First

Today you said it first. Unprompted. I feel giddy, like the time I held the back of the chair and let him drop two-inch stripes over my back again and again and again. I know you think it should be … Continue reading

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Hoped

I’d hoped we could be friends. I’d hoped we could be more. Maybe you’d leave your wife. Maybe I’d leave my husband. Maybe we’d buy a little shelter together, past the burned out Walmart and maybe I’d suckle six fat … Continue reading

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How I Am

You ask me how I am. You ask me how my life is. I never tell you. I never really tell you, because I always spill. I always tell everyone everything. I always rip open and let it loose and … Continue reading

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When I Am Kissing Her

What had I been before I knew you? Who am I now when you’re not with me? You have taken and changed me, from someone content to someone restless. I look out at the tar sands and I contemplate going … Continue reading

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