Tag Archives: Ernest Williamson III

A Soliloquy of The Familiar

centuries before you loved me before verse free or bound leaped from your womb I laid eyes on carnal things arms, breasts covered in purple lace legs curved with hugging fishnets asking nothing of release but now I crawl walking … Continue reading

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Insect Repellent

later is now but who cares just look at this ice cream see how the pecans pose with the butter see how the sun weakens it’s body as it leans and cries as I eat it with no relent no … Continue reading

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