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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Without form and of no substance, I am a disjunction between then and next as if a crack, a seam, a narrow impossible space, a contradiction to time animated and passing these animated and passing faces and moving through the strands … Continue reading
Like a hand clenched, grapsing hard but not grapsing onto anything, holding nothing but emptiness; holding nothing but what was there a moment ago. Like a hand clenched, my body. For so many weeks I wouldn’t sleep with this tight, … Continue reading
Despite the light’s warm clarity, that was the darkest summer of my life. She approached, then fled, then approached, then fled. An illusion like shimmering black silk in the night below her pale face. A mirage; she was a mirage. … Continue reading
What is desire, anyways? An emptiness longing for an emptiness separated one from the other by the warmth of the body and the smoothness of our skin. Creation through desire as it cleaves the void into two, into here … Continue reading
When I no longer can have you when you are beyond possibility . . . that is when the body wants, needs you. And when you were near it was quiet from fear. This body was quiet. Fear of what? … Continue reading