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Author Archives: perfectsublimemasters
For the last six days, Adoha Okoro has been followed by her own mortality. More than once she’s noticed it loitering around the edges of her perception, as if unwilling to intrude without good reason. It may sound unlikely, but … Continue reading
I am 19 again, And she is kneading my soul with her fingers. The color in this room is loud, the walls are closing in, Her cat is screeching in the corner and I am kissing her between her thighs. … Continue reading
Mother grinds me into existence with her mortar and pestle, the same way she used to grind paste from the flesh of her garden in order to heal my grandfather’s wounds. On the morning I was born, my mother … Continue reading
Allen, the war is over. And your aunt is speaking to my sister, in that great beyond. Perhaps even God is in attendance. Allen, does your universe feel wide enough within his arms? Does Lucien breathe truth into your ear, … Continue reading
Blood mixed in the soil, the Earth turns 80 degrees, a child fell into its mouth tonight. The father buried himself with a candle and a knife, a letter and a pen, gave his daughter instructions on where he would … Continue reading
Ian, don’t be afraid. Your body only breaks, so that it may further heal itself. It has never known another lover besides you. It has never wanted to. Ian, it’s okay. Your father will still be your father until … Continue reading