The Way I Ate Her - Poem by Alexandre Nodopaka
Slowly I put my lips to her and darted
my tongue against hers. I wanted her flavor
on my lips before I could ingest her.
It's an odd way to taste but that's what I had
to do first before I shoved her fingers
further down my mouth until I could feel
her tickle. Only then I swallowed her wrist
and while trying to shove her forearm,
the bracelet on her wrist dislodged my mandible.
At that moment I understood the ways of a snake.
So I writhed some and now her shoulder slid
partially in. I waited for my lower jaw to drop
out of the way before her body entered
my stomach. And when she was completely in
I fell asleep.
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