Monthly Archives: February 2018

this Manhattan

this Manhattan is strong and sweet— I’m not blind but I don’t have to see the New York skyline to taste the big apple promise take a bite, tempting vermouth as Prince shreds Purple Rain frozen cherry and lemon rind … Continue reading

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los pelicanos

los pelicanos glide and soar like pterodactyls without the screeching— twin sentinels roosting on our roof and mi amor says she loves them like guardians protecting our hut from banditos from other turistas, from other chaise loungers   los pelicanos … Continue reading

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old mexican divers

old mexican divers on the dock with gray hairs— viejo rico with their young diving lovers on the clock, the sexy┬ástares of— nuevo rico   scuba suited pro she’s from the city, pale where’d she learn to dive? did he … Continue reading

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that first time in Provence

that first time in Provence bled through to stain my heart with you— and wine and crusty loaf torn into delicious chunks carving up the Brie with a jack knife on that rock in the southern sun so sublime— sky … Continue reading

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