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By seworks on 04/07/2009
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Muddy chapstick in left hand pocket and I wish you were in my right, Your lips so smooth and mine so cracked-- Could you fill in the spaces with the touch of your mouth to mine?

You play in puddles and draw images with sticks as I stare blankly at the surrounding trees-- I wish that you would instead be tracing an outline of me into the grasses of your eyes, that we would be intertwined in one seat instead of dangling so far apart.

But no, not now. For now we are timid children on swings, averting our eyes and squinting at each other''s curves; It is as if you haven''t seen eyes like mine in a rather long time, but please take note how I roll out my tongue like a carpet for you to stand on, how I begin to form a platform that we can build with planks of flesh; Darling, I dare you to warm up to me, to catch the eye darts that I send and place them all inside your head until they spill out of your mouth and you speak to me real smooth-- Silence me with your sweet tongue; I swear I won't complain.
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