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Christopher Davey. Publisher: Serendipity , You open and close, hiding and blooming like a scarlet sea anemone at my touch.
As I kneel before you, speaking in tongues, my language is thick with the oil of you. We are sacrificial, we are beautiful, our call is the call of the Peregrine Falcon, and no matter what happens from this moment to the next, there will always be wild animals to which we can compare ourselves: the wolf that leaves its shadow on the bed; the leopard whose eyes have been cast in fire; the sleeping fawn in a thicket of blood As I lift my head, it circles and screams, its wings fan over us, and as we lose ourselves again in the salty puzzle of our bodies, we listen, but the wind and the falcon are far beyond our hearing.
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