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Janus Lady – Three

Three: Men gathered in the day, wrote about possessions and called it love; they said “We’re a book club” and a lot of them got published eventually. They said, “We’re provocative and have new ideas and see the world differently.” And … Continue reading

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Janus Lady – Two

Two: “Nothing she makes, makes any sense, we have no use for it and no use for her” She smiled, said “This is a truth.” “She’s old.” She smiled, said “This is a truth.” “She’s ugly.” “She’s a spinster.” “Nothing she says … Continue reading

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Janus Lady – One

One: I saw a man at the Starbucks today, his eye caught mine, or tried to, with his arm around a woman’s shoulders as she kissed his neck tenderly, he tried to wink at me. So I  cut a smile from the plastic and … Continue reading

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I don’t melt

Part 1 I don’t melt into his arms because I don’t melt anymore. They’d rather I was Ariel on a beach, dissolving into foam, (re)minded into nothingness, into waves, into my own tears, voiceless. But I found a merman with … Continue reading

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Womandroid

Part 1 I wonder through the plasticity of my skin, And the little cuts I’ve made to hide My weapons of some minor destruction – A smile here, to accentuate the frigidity in my eyes, Bisous to remember all the … Continue reading

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