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Reposted for Halloween

Halloween Posted on October 31, 2013 by Ray Sharp Winter night, cold and clear, pallid moon, a shining sphere, colder than a witch’s tit, exposed outside its black brassiere. The stars were bright, their frozen light illuminated the winter night, … Continue reading

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Moonlight Serenade*

Beauty makes me sad           Makes me grieve           I see what I must leave From “At Cross Purposes” By Samuel Menashe What plates a lustrous thing will tarnish. You were the silver moon, light of my night, beautiful and … Continue reading

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Salt

Sweat of my brow, briney sea, coppery taste of choked down blood, tears and tears, salt in my wounds. He salted the fields, we both know who, and still they dragged him to the war of his suggestion, or so … Continue reading

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Tongue-tied

Messages across a chasm mouthed through cupped hands soundless above the river’s roar. A tongue is a smooth route that arrows between rocks at the top of a crashing rapid. If I washed up on your shore would you bend to me … Continue reading

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semi-sweet

you are semi-sweet a small hard kiss on my tongue you melt in my mouth

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(Like) Flicking Your Dialect

An Arrangement By Ray (Pointy-Tongue) Sharp, of an important message translated from Polish to English You very likely had rules due to the fact that how afar you’d take off: at the mercy of the shirt, finished the pants, and so … Continue reading

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