100 Words to RadiantLorna Dee Cervantes
You, in the radiant crepuscular light, your succulent heart, sex-sucked lips, your twining hair all halo and sash, you fill — like the hummingbird — suckle, stay. I am radiant to imagine you: half animal, half staff of ember, your lightening rays of mirth, unimaginable in the dark, in other than holding. You, in a Spirit-land, whisked away to grace my hand. The giving night, the airy dawn, the awakening from withdrawal. As the valley hunkers, mist hangs around her love, River, I flow with you, fog-struck and caught in your aperture. Your apetite for me, your blessing kiss — eyes, whim-struck, radiant.
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