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Dredge

Last night, I turned into the moon; far away, one side: a shining face, shedding reflected light and tears, hanging on a paper wire from the ceiling of your bedroom; I am suspended over your bed. Sometimes I freeze time without meaning … Continue reading

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Blood and Lemon and Salt

“Why can’t we be friends” he asks. “It doesn’t seem right, we’ve known each other so long.” I have come to love the smell of things ending, a fresh and steely cut like blood and lemon and salt air that … Continue reading

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Janus Lady – Five

Five: They say that we darken our hair and eyes with spells But I would tell [you] that it is quite the other way around, that the hair and eyes came first before the spelling. I would tell you that our hair … Continue reading

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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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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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