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Posts made in February, 2012

Queer Love Poetry Day #8: two little ghosts by Indigo

Posted on Feb 14, 2012 in Blog, Feminism, Gender, LGBTQ, Literature, Writing | 0 comments

two little ghosts you say you’ll love me until they throw dirt on my face that after you’re gone your ghost will go on loving me sneak up behind me in the kitchen spook the cats yell “boo” at my mis-matched outfits I laugh but I can’t see myself without you I only see us at 90 with bags on both shoulders tugging on the collars of our elderly cats cackling like school girls I only see us two little ghosts thumb wrestling in the dark “ghost fucking” on our second honeymoon scaring...

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Queer Love Poems Day #7: sweet boy by sossity chiricuzio

Posted on Feb 13, 2012 in Blog, Gender, LGBTQ, Literature, Sexuality, Writing | 0 comments

sweet boy rolling together tangled in kissing and a teenage feeling giggling between the sighs nerve endings alight like those first brushes with lust and possibility just this side of gambling on vulnerable feeling the electric tingle that fills the air like ozone when role play lays in reach so easy to slip into character with you the gift you give not just the rush of pleasure outlining every move of you against me but how your teenage boy gives me back my flesh with the game of can i...

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Queer Love Poetry Day 6: Studies for a Poem About Seduction by Jill Leininger

Posted on Feb 12, 2012 in Blog, Gender, Literature, Sexuality, Writing | 0 comments

Queer Love Poem-A-Day continues with this elegant beaut by fellow Lambda Literary Fellow, Jill Leininger.

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Queer Love Poems Day #5: Valentine to My Unknown Lover by Linda Lenzke

Posted on Feb 11, 2012 in Blog, Gender, LGBTQ, Literature, Sexuality, Writing | 0 comments

Valentine to My Unknown Lover by Linda Lenzke   Whoever you are, whatever you do, wherever you live, whenever you’re ready, however scared you may be, I am waiting for you, my new love. I try to recognize you in the faces of the unfamiliar, or in the eyes of friendly others. Perhaps I’ve already met you at the bookstore, or the Farmer’s Market on the Square, our hands reaching for the same red pepper. Were you the woman two rows in front of me in the movie theater?  I watched you, then...

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Queer Love Poems Day #4: Kite String and Keys by Blythe Baldwin

Posted on Feb 10, 2012 in Blog, Gender, LGBTQ, Literature, Writing | 0 comments

Kite String and Keys Words by Blythe Baldwin   The friction of your kiss is enough to leave me wanting to discard the impulse to hide under umbrella. Crack and splinter- I can hear it whimpering in the wind. There is always something held back between tight lips. The barometer’s lowering levels can manifest the illusion of pressure that bears down on us like a sieve leaving marks where the body refused to yield graciously. This has been our history. Come gather around me- We have...

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