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Drinking You

zebra black 1947 (ny)

opium addled eyes
glare bamba laya
dance monkeys
and thrill freaky
tinkling lady fingers
that glide rosy shaped bottle cocks
for laden boughs
of wick and petrol mix.

she said
dont make me say 666
possum claw and dagger dicks  
kissy talk
ooo nooo nooo
not the inflatable Jesus with silver fangs
that tears mercilessly
at my innocent trembling curves
and promiscuous spirit

her sighs and thighs
like flesh stellar nebula
opens curtsy cunt
red mutating mouth
labyrinth of undulating petals
gasps spit and pearls

this swallowing scavenger
throat of spiral armed galaxies
like sails of fire 
yield wet lips 
while diamond eyes smoke
hounded moons
to lick summers perfume
menstruum's bloody tongue

drinking you
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Submitted by 4zebra2u on January 13, 2021

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