From a deep, immaculate kiss she spread her two ripe, dripping limbs and then I happened.
And the moon throbbed and fought with an angry sun all that day and all that night. Until it forced me out.
Now I scald here... alone. Touch me. With your white words and your dead hands. Now before I freeze.
And become one of you.
You interrupted me.
Once when I was six and a quater, Mrs. Bosetti and I sat down and we talked.
So what happened?
Well... I told her I prefered books to dolls, boots to ballet slippers and that my idea of a family vacation was for all of us to go work on the Alaskan pipeline.
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