“Pearl Friday” by Albert Bell

Pearl Friday

by Albert Bell

So you stand with hand on my hip
and patiently apply your lipping
nuzzles to my throat,
And I stand with my hand on your head
and patiently apply my love nips to
your shoulder,
and we stand with our hearts on our minds and patiently
allow love moss to cover us until we can no longer see
or be seen by any except
the beads of sweat we
roll and slide into heating
steam.

“Pearl Friday,” by Albert Bell originally published in Reality Trip ([Forum] 1973, City College of San Francisco).

 

 

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