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    I found myself in the passenger seat of your sedan once again, freckled knees thudding against each other as my eyes followed the moon and I wondered, Does the moon follow us? And maybe she does. The moon walks on her fingertips, threads of moonlight carefully sinking through the de...
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    You find yourself, wrapped in the comfort of your sheets, belly stuffed with roast beef, string beans and baked potato. A smile plays on your lips as you glide into hushed dreams, the gentle sounds of a false ocean breaking against your ear drums. Thousands of miles away, his lip caves;...
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    She taught me to speak to gardens, showed me the faces of sunflowers, pinched the bases of snapdragons, released their clenched creativity, poetry flowing through the cobblestone. She taught me to speak to gardens, picked daisies by the base of their stems, crafted them into tiaras, to mak...
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    Our tongues waltz to the melody of heart beats, keeping in time with the subtle movement of your eyelids, and I'm reminded that your lips were chiseled to interlock with mine, and your fingers carved to intertwine with mine....
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    Sweat drips down my back, black shirt sticking to my skin. My hair – long then – glued to the fabric with the salt, my palms bleed fluid onto the handle of her shovel. Lift the dirt. Drop it. Repeat. I drop the garden tool, and push the wheel barrel down the hill in my backyard. Push i...
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    BP ******* the gulf of Mexico, its tenants slick with oil, dirty like my sisters face dyed lime green and brown with fruit roll-ups and Dove chocolate bunnies. I wanted to sink and disappear, split in thirds and sink into the Chesapeak, filled with brackish water, covered in wild celery and...
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    Watch me. Bouncing off of the atmosphere, a boomerang from the moon, blinking controls - buttons, pulleys, levers, and desire - air and lungs heavy with carbon dioxide. Air and lungs heavy with carbon dioxide, controls - buttons, pulleys, levers, and desire - blinking. A boomerang from the m...
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    Rubbing the small blemish on the very tip of her nose with hands dyed green by those new Shrek fruit roll-ups, she sings through pomegranate lips decorated with small shards of sour cherry flavoured Tootsie-pops, skips with thin, pale legs, naked save for pink Hello Kitty underwear, teases th...
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    I'm nothing but a piece of furniture, air you'll never breathe, peeling yellow wallpaper, chipping paintings that aren't worth anything anymore, fool's gold, the rough among the diamonds in the quarry, a dull razor, an inch of sewing thread, a leaking battery, the old...
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    I never thought I'd write back to you, burning your letters and daisies in my cackling fireplace. I never thought I'd write back to you, the adventures of your short lived life like a candles wick, wither away in my fireplace, as I write my regrets outlined on this paper in smudged...
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    I see the cry of a wolf, as it moves through the air, bouncing off of clouds and hillsides, moving straight towards me with teeth bared. I feel the cry of a wolf, as its song sinks its fangs into my frail skin. It is sharp, and the venom of its beauty: infectious....
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    Whiskey does somersaults on his breath, his pupils spill out over his irises as he picks his way through the hall, feet tup-tupping against the checkered linoleum of the kitchen floor, his fists clenched around the air like drumsticks, playing a drum solo on his wife's porcelain body. Sh...
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    She balances diamonds the size of marbles on her spider-thin fingers, rents her neck out to strings of pearls and chains of dull gold and silver, pushing loose strands back into her hair which brushes the tops of the door frame when she walks, lifting her skirts to reveal silken shoes d...

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