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All Strippers Go To Heaven (A Prayer Overheard)

Heavenly Father, we just want money tonight For new teeth to pray in, we pray that what we spent The last time, gives us more for this one. God, please lick The unholy hint of sweat off our foreheads, bring … Continue reading

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A Boil

Reminds me I might not make it there, with- out negative blood. Burnt boy gets burnt, banks burst for those who bet on it and bought bee balms, early. A boil impales, white blood cells tack onto their blacker, blood … Continue reading

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to somebody’s son

after The Book of Margery Kempe (1934) when work is over, come compare your thing to mine. what it means to seem longer sees one lion back up, let you hunt, let you break things on my kitchen counter, your … Continue reading

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