Monthly Archives: July 2010

Novel

Subject: the hurricane of your heart. Object: the red-hot stone. Article: the perfumed scarf around my memory. Motivation: the answer to taut and swollen flesh. Obstacle: mountains, horses, clear-running winter rivers. Protagonist: divine heart beating out a sunrise. Antagonist: my … Continue reading

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Horses

I ride a magnificent steed, white as steel breathing fire as it rears elegant frightening elastic ready to run no to glide no to fly on magic muscle barely straining over ground as hard as stone but soft after we … Continue reading

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The River

Sink into summer, as summer sinks into me, languid, half lost in vague heat, restless among this hissing kiss of brittle grass against my ear you disappear again, hair red a sunset rising against moon with Venus rising sit there … Continue reading

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Right After This

The shadow screams from distance, screams from light, screams invisible and sacred and scared in the middle of my workday, screams when silence runs the gamut. Rails smooth running right down the tube, slick sliding not quite silent and the … Continue reading

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