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This One’s for the Sailors

.. Sorry boys, for our glorious array of song and sway, for the way our refrains flummox your sea-soft brains and pull you further in. Are you tired of our song? They say ’tis always dark -est before the dawn, … Continue reading

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Mermaids Don’t Wear Pants

… If (perchance) you see her just out and about flouting the fin -ality of all, the spin and swim of be -ginnings and blendings, do not be amazed dis/Mayed or chaos-crazed by her bare and intricate deep, the quiet … Continue reading

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fin ally

… this maid? she’s mer. see her spangled tail, her eyelash salt? she swims, she skims the surface with her syll -ables and song. give her a moon spilled dark, the quiet spark of waking sun. she’ll thread her lack … Continue reading

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The Saltier Perspective of the World

Her empire is a sea, see? We let her swim the outlands, free, through the dark ages of our friendly coasts. She boasts of having known Lombard, having been ravaged by Neptune himself, given distinguished naval supremacy by jet -sam, … Continue reading

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The Mermaid’s Comb

… Oh, we of split tails and unfinned centers may not understand the intricacies of the sea, but we know want. We’ve swirled your comb, and wished for things both shiny and unknown. We’ve brushed this surface with our tears, … Continue reading

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