Go. Now. It is Time.

Go. Now. It is time. We havealready explored the bodies. My fingers know how to trace theback of your hand. Already becomingfamiliar to the fragrance. I am awarenow, of your morning habits; drapingsheets over the body, leaving hintsof skin open, while you brew the coffee.Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock.The clock is ticking.Like the time […]

In My City

In my city, lives a toddler, in a rundown tent. He comes back piggy-riding on a tired mother’s back, the dust of construction site shimmering like jewels on his face. The rickety street dogs welcome him with faint barks. He thinks they are the only friends he has got. He laughs. Dogs bark in sync. […]

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