cam flesh

return her form

to primal nudity

a bodiless sundress on fire
lace, ashen, burnt
black bra hung

on

spine of chair where

she sits erect

(flash)
so China white (flesh)
“writhe for me”
every flash on flesh

whitens my weekly/hourly Chinese bride.
photographs strung on
thin laundry rope,

metal clothe pins, pinching

white turning red
photos of bodies on beds

place her headshot on shaven snatch (flash)
smack

slap

(flash)

smack smoking, dragon girl, never to dull shame

or pain but
“I want to drift in your dream.”
“Come.”

sprawling so lazy

half dazed cat stretched on

sweaty mattress
stretch marks, surgical stitches on belly
close up. (Flash)
“Used to be my baby.”

(flash)
Close up, burnt hole

cigarette smoke, eyes glazed

role (to) play

fighting

hurting

cowering

“love is a mess, all noise and pain”

my drowsy seducee

(Hourly, fortnightly)
“Don’t smile, (flash) look, you’re sad, see, (flash) soot on your cheek, yes, good, hurt a little, yes (flash)

wet cheeks, yes, see,

light reflecting in oil  (flash)”
The ash of her dress (close up) smeared on chest
white thong between teeth
“are you hungry?”
No,

she says no,

never eats,

skin and bones

starved and sexual

spine curved,

tingling

so thin,

oh,

“Suck in your tummy, yes.”
sun burst scars

rib, cage

prisoner

laundry rope marks

don’t smile

caged (flash) yes

beautiful and trapped

breaking & entering
“Who owns you?” (Flash)
“Master.”
a little bruise here,

there,

corner of lips, a slight bleed

bite marks of the beast.

blue

black

red

slash
“Are we sick?”
No.

“We’re rich. Original prints. Skin and shadow and needle marks, veins. Vulva.

They love veins.

Other holes in familiar bodies.”
“Who? Who can be so sick?”
“Who are we to judge? Can we?”
No
“Pan* made pain. God made the sick.”
“From dark came light.”

Yes
“Love is a sickness. Love is a medicine.”

Codeine. Valium. Heroine. My heroine.
Yes. (Flash)
“They like it. God made them. Made us.” (flash)
“He loves us?”
Yes
“She loves you.”
She smiles.
“We now one hour.”
“Yes.”
“Pay.”
Yes.
notes:

* In Greek religion and mythology, Pan is famous for his sexual powers and is often depicted with a phallus.

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