Why Then?

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Her graceful smile And the gap between her teeth to justify it The laugh so exotic, it would turn one lesbian The echo behind doing justice to it. Why then? Her African but petite physique Leave both men and women turning heads The gracias walk, step by step As if carefully counting them Her waist […]

Silver Dance (Josy W)

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will let you know of this my curse, that a scorpion a scare get, a rattle snake a dance on my toes, kisses in hisses, such tales ain’t to be told by my barefeet, a desert sand long missed, but today you breathed life to a dying thought, many a hours tick tock death invited, […]

Death in the Night

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I watch them holding hands, on that garden pave a walk take, and what of those glances, decoding a work to do, and she unto him much a comfort, such merry a sprint way seen, and now the lock lips, a tongue tie, same way below the street lamp did, a yester night memory, and […]