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yellow, the color of summer hotly side-stepping age and rules yellow and then the red i see in streaks hers and orange reflectors on toes- an ageing medley, the ditty- tired. i want her to stop, pause the dance, cool … Continue reading
i heard her bloom, the petals open up, stretch in easy, slow grace, yawn a smile yank the centre open yell- ow! pollen all ready to dif- fuse, spread her all around.
this is about pie in the sky yellow marsh mellow mellow i touch a new low burnt crust, a half-baked centre- of a place that has no place.
it all started with time, when it paused and let us seep into the other, leave an imprint, an autographed night-grunt; heave and gasp, moan and musk- y odour of lust and limbs, greasy and guiltless . why do i now … Continue reading
gooey skies and a quarter moon, loony fun and syrupy swoon, it’s a late late night and it’s sundown too soon. four pairs of feet dangling down, tapping the sides of mossed down, water lapping all around on a … Continue reading