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MISTRUST OF MY MISTRESS by Bosley Gravel

My mistress seamstress stretches skin across the spindles of her womb. She darns the wounds of loneliness with spools of thick black thread. Now hidden in a darkened paradise, embroiled with Death’s perfume, I fear my mistress seamstress, so tired … Continue reading

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A THANKSGIVING PRAYER by Willam S. Burroughs

For John Dillinger In hope he is still alive Thanksgiving Day, November 28, 1986 Thanks for the wild turkey and the Passenger Pigeons, destined to be shit out through wholesome American guts thanks for a Continent to despoil and poison … Continue reading

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