slippedy slide

“They didn’t have sex in the Clintonian sense. You make me sing like a guitar strumming. The number on the match book is old and faded. I only have a friend. I never tried to make you think. I’ve got a secret I’ve been hiding under my skin. Smooth, just like silk. Can he do to you things I can’t do? He didn’t leave much for Ma and me. I changed my routine and I’m clean. Do you want to flash your light on? And you’ve got me wanting you, been set up and been shot down. What makes you think you’re something special? When you smile you should have let that sugar run cold. Fiction holds all the answers. Slide slide slippedy slide. Never depict tediousness tediously. Flesh and bone by the telephone.”
— Lord Malinov, Song of Songs

About Lord Malinov

Lord Malinov, literary author, bon vivant, rogue romantic poet
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