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the small snake i have named uncoils from stone slow and wingless warm enough now to slide across lawn & spell motionless a sparrow dazzled in the net of that gaze foolish enough to meet his eyes for one heartbeat; … Continue reading

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draw(ing) game

when we were children my sister & I played spelling games on our backs, fingertip alphabets pressing questions into skin then, we had winners & losers now, you & I play a different game; my touch scribes, strokes the figures of … Continue reading

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Seduction: A duet

By Noel A. Ihebuzor and Susan L. Daniels seduction is best when done softly, slowly and yes, subtly– to lead entranced an entrancing partner (not necessarily all that innocent – intent and consent in a closet slightly ajar, and ever … Continue reading

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