Category Archives: Poetry

America’s Streets of Wild

In 1993, while walking across the campus of the University of Minnesota, probably around midnight, on my way home from a study session at the library, I passed by a blue-light campus security booth, which is where someone could run … Continue reading

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With Tongue

With tongue, I continue my search, For you taste like nothing on earth. This feels as you feel in my mind. Tensions, frustrations, are all left behind.   Your succulent lips I caress tenderly. With fingers I circle, so easily. … Continue reading

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