LEARNING TO CLIMB WALLS

  There can be earthquakes in little towns, far from tectonic plates, on little streets, rarely shaken where we sat, once, on the wall of a garden now obsolete, the summer burning through our cool-lessness as we trembled beneath attractions we didn’t have the words to understand while eyes watched from windows, trying to translate […]

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CURIOUS CORNERS

    Curiosity curated around corners, in passageways of potted plants and lingering light, corners created for the curious, for passersby to peep into privacy in search of secrets neath shadows and dust, piggy banks with golden coins and cans worthy of Warhol. Dreams are dreamt in little lanes where light lingers on broken benches […]

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THE CURIOUS CASE OF THE CUNT IN CASUAL CONVERSATION

  We are gender bred, not born into who we are but told forever after what we should become by people, parishioners, preachers, pariahs, parasites, philistines. He is boy not because of an apple that long ago lodged itself in his neck or a cock that swells so often by his bowels. She is girl […]

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