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NOTES TOWARDS A BOOK OF REPULSIVE WOMEN

A LOVE POEM for Billy who wore black-framed square glasses held together at the nose and in the middle of one arm by dirty medical tape. He had a chipped front tooth advertising some rougher life than he led on. … Continue reading

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NOTE TOWARDS A BOOK OF REPULSIVE WOMEN

CAN YOU LIVE WITH SURRENDER? In the morning you will cut your hair, stand naked at the bathroom sink twisting all those questions into sections, whirl the waterlogged mane into points; snip first at slick bangs, then the furled wisps … Continue reading

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