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Karin Holloway


I am a woman


I am a woman
Strong with gentle hands
I caress and strike in whispers.
Scream inside.
As a woman
I walk in sways
Court staring eyes
Tense my thighs
Blow pink veins blue
To burst.
A single life is worse.

Submitted: Monday, April 28, 2014

Topic(s): sexuality


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