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Poem: Grapeseed 

I love your mouth
Pillow lipped
Tongue like dancing.
Alchemy of
Saliva and desire
Helix upon helix
Merging,
Lust in soft.
Tongue on cheek
Chin, teeth,
Lips on lip
Chest, belly, cock.
Filaments of silver
Stretch.
My mouth
Custard warm, custard soft.
Drinking now
Your blood
Thick
Iron-filed catamenia
Core of you
In my throat. Viscose
Globular.
Drink the grapeseed red and white
Blood and semen.
Drink each other
Till too drunk
To stand,
Ecstatic, delirious
In the darkest wine
Of our deepest selves.

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