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Tag Archives: Ariane Elizabeth
sits outside the coffee shop everyday, black coffee, gnarled knuckles white, graying hair smoothed back like an Italian gangster and when cute girls walk past, the artsy ones, with their multicolored clothes and thick black frames, he calls them over … Continue reading
I’ve never believed in God, but I was once mistaken for a saint. Paul kept asking to touch my hands outside Resurrection Church, his lips dry from the Denver winter. “You’re a saint, a guardian angel.” I smiled, not wanting … Continue reading
I often find myself in the same spaces as my father once was: my bed, a universe of sadness, a ribcage enclosed, taunting my efforts to rise or the bathroom floor, my cheek pressed against the tiles, the small blue … Continue reading
in a dream, I take your child into my arms and hold him as my own his skin is soft with your caramel cream color he laughs, his teeth having your shape in a verdant field, you, a stranger, your … Continue reading
Like birds, we made a nest me, using the space between your slender shoulders and neck you, weaving my hair, thick as vines anchoring us to the place where you and I had once made love under a honeymoon speckled … Continue reading