Tag Archives: Sex

Misreading the Cards (Day 27, 2018)

NaPoWriMo asked us to write about Tarot cards today. Misreading the Cards We had been having sex every day for a few weeks which I knew to be a sin even though I tried to convince myself I loved her … Continue reading

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Random White Men (Day 24, 2018)

For a friend. Random White Men You’ve been married twice, her mother complained. You’d think at least one could have been Puerto Rican. The old woman grumbled curses in Spanish while the pale man sat smiling in ignorance on the … Continue reading

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did you hear? (Day 22, 2018)

Another day, another poem. did you hear? a sister of my neighbor’s best friend’s third-cousin’s dogsitter is also the state trooper who arrested Cal Ripken for beating Kevin Costner with a bat for sleeping with Cal’s wife the night the … Continue reading

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Unhappy Ending (Day 10, 2018)

Welcome back to everyone I haven’t offended! Let’s try again. Today’s NaPoWriMo prompt involved two unrelated things happening at the same time. Unhappy Ending I hold tight to her hips as we rock together, my hand dipping to cup her … Continue reading

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To Those Who Patronize Strip Clubs (Day 29, 2017)

Tomorrow is the last day of National Poetry Writing Month. To Those Who Patronize Strip Clubs Strip clubs are great if you can’t get a woman  to disrobe for free and you prefer your arousal devoid of personal connection, her eyes, … Continue reading

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How Babies Are Made (Day 19, 2017)

Day 19 of National Poetry Writing Month, and today’s prompt challenged us to write a creation myth poem. How Babies Are Made When two people  love each other like mommy and I do very much they get married and they think … Continue reading

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Penthouse Letter (Day 18, 2017)

National Poetry Writing Month has reached day eighteen. Penthouse Letter Dear Penthouse: I never thought this would happen to me  but yesterday  I was mowing  my lawn shirtless sweat glistening on my rock-hard abs when I heard the tinny jingle of … Continue reading

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