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a breeze has lift her skirt and she has frowned on me Advertisements
the stars have become buttons on the discarded clothing the moonlight fingers on our skin
‘you’re naked like a tree in autumn’ I exclaim ‘do you like my branches and my twigs?’ she responded ‘if you climb up me you can see our clothing on the floor’
shower put on clothing and sit alone while the stars walk across my sky their roads are routine to them also
I don’t sleep naked I iron the next day’s t-shirt by wearing it to bed there are tricks to being on your own and being naked only makes me lonely they bury the dead in clothing there might be a … Continue reading
the blue lake cradles her shadow the skin of her legs sunlight the weave of her skirt the floral pattern of a flower in a vase I’d imagine her heart is planets and astronauts would want to go there
wake to day night discarded as if clothing conceive a concept invisible and felt wind is love sit with it imagine fingers that may have loved and give myself to wind