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the unique delight of martyrdom that survived the visited desire, so let the shadows come fast and the forbidden flesh as new breath


her like formed pearl in an ocean of darkness let us finish the time,


diaphanous touch like bleeding light, transparent as velvet underground music but without touch all is vain


seascapes and sea-gates her eyes to enter breaths and curtains and rainbow carnations of tender martyrdoms, chocolate martinis and Baileys as balsam in the Intermezzo cafe


in the mixed voices and the mixed veins and dimmed colors we lived the oracles


in your bedouvin eyes brightness falls,


and I retreat to my shades of abstraction and like a deer frozen by the earlier beam of light, I wait for your next move, your next bloom in the desert of my life,


as a rage of the one that loves you, passions and whispers into the ever dream; you are a dark petal winter rose in my dark rooms listening to your wind.


W PAGE 38 ∙ Year I ∙ Issue #1


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