Monthly Archives: December 2010

Naming It

There always comes that awkward moment in every budding romance when you have to give each others’ genitals a name. Not pet names, but names that allow you to communicate certain desires. The problem here is that not everyone uses … Continue reading

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Sonnet 1

If everlasting peace is what you want, begonia, oh then why believe the dew’s good morning murmurings?  Is this the muse you seek, who dreams and dreams all night of wet, who sleeptalks vows of rain and rise but leaves … Continue reading

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History of Forgetting

My parents did it for the kids until my mother called it quits complaining of corporate wife-dom at too many company barbeques. She almost passed for Southern-charmed, her hairsprayed bouffant so hard flies could walk on it. She once said … Continue reading

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