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You called me at work with a suggestion; let’s go to the beach. dinner. possibilities I waited for you at 6 pm on the stairs of the government building, Sansome and Sacramento, so excited to see you that my book … Continue reading
I shiver at the memory. What I thought I was tangential to turns out was deeply embedded in the heart. How joyous is the discovery in that look; the face, softening in the most beautiful way, allowing the deepest longings … Continue reading
jaqueline taught me how to become a dragonfly i didn’t imaginemy body could movelike that my lips and hands formgratitudemy private goddesss yogini oh asana, pranaelevate me, thensend me downto child’s pose a pause the waning moon dissolvesinto the shape … Continue reading
what is left to do with myself tonight? I’ve medicated myself with all the goodness, I have called upon gods, goddesses heroes and antiheroes, where are you? all entities are flawed. perfect imperfections. i could find solace in that, but…my … Continue reading
a perfect orange waiting on the shelfpatiently, butfor too longme in perpetual rushtoo busy to enjoyher sweetnessand tucked away, silently,without warning,she soursunused, shehardensher goodness lost.