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Poem For The Day

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Poem For The Day

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Poem For The Day

The meter is borrowed from Charles Williams's mystical Arthurian poem Taliessin through Logres.

  • My heart Thumped and jumped as my fingers went to his fly.

  • The first verse starts: It was a spring day, a day for a lay when the air Smelled like a locker-room, a day to blow or get blown.

  • He put down his glass and stretched his bare arms along The back of my sofa.




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