LUSTFUL CONTRADICTIONS
by Cheri Anne

Need,
a taste,
an ache,
yearning,
unrelenting,
bodily burning,
mad moistened lips,
hungry tongues entwined,
consuming softly collar bones,
licking length along heated thighs,
knees pressed to unforgiving floorboard,
hands firmly gripping fistfuls of tangled hair,
moans of desperation escaping here and there,
a passion of complexity, and lustful contradictions,
with every touch of satisfaction, the need only grows.
About Cheri Anne:
Born in Boston, MA and raised in Savannah, GA, Cheri Anne’s speech is
divided as well as every other aspect of her outlook. As a trolley
tour guide by day and student/writer by night, her super powers tend
to be most drained. She’s never really understood “courtesy” or
“hospitality” anyway. She lives a double life shrouded by science and
mapped pamphlets where she can only think in verse. She has been
published by TUCK magazine as the first contributor to be published
under both categories within the same issue, and by Pill Hill Press,
Wicked East Press, and Danse Macabre du Jour magazine.
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