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PSALMS (Sorted alpha by Title or First Line)
  ~A Quiver of the Flesh
  ~Always, Where Pleasures Be Gifted or Ta'en
  ~Antinous of the Earth
  ~As the Lions Do
  ~Find a Quiet and Solitary Place
  ~For Here am I by Antinous Healed
  ~For If By Its Oblivious Violence
  ~Guide Him to Stand as a Nude Before You
  ~If From Thy Reluctant, Unlucky Mouth
  ~If You Would Enter Him, Steal A Moment
  ~In Praise of Sculptors Before the Idol
  ~In What Light Shall He Be Comprehended?
  ~Let Boyish Passion Take Thy Hand and Lead
  ~Let Thy Lovemaking Be As Thy Worship
  ~Lo, When Grand Release is the Only Aim
  ~Now Begins a Bold Interrogation
  ~O, What a Torrent of Spectacle We Are
  ~On the Beach
  ~Onto His Nipple Deliver Your Mouth
  ~Such a Flesh
  ~Suckle Upon His Neck
  ~There is a Certain Way of Touching Flesh
  ~This Jaw in My Fingers
  ~Through Me
  ~To Mock the Purists in their Rabidity
  ~To Suffer is to Slip Unnoticed
  ~What's Ancient is a Far Future
  ~What Ancient Hoards the Earth Holds Buried Still!
  ~When He Doth Kneel Before You
  ~When His Flesh Wants
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On the Beach

Solid and solitary stands the youth
On the beach where breaks an eternity;
Calamities like shards of shattered glass
Litter the wet sands that surround His soles.

To the far and untouchable line
That forever births the wind He gazes;
Salt and white spray assails His nakedness.

His flesh is proud and turgidly erect:
To the cloud, that like a silken bed sheet
Rolls across the sky, it pines and reaches,
Pulsing at the air’s erotic caress.

I arrive to stand silent beside Him.
I look to the endless sea and exhale.
I shed my life’s tragedies to the sand.

Antinous shudders; His ribbon’d pearls
To the ocean fly, ‘til on its passion’s
Briny wind they return to pelt my face.

Note: Reflections on the creation of this Psalm can be found in the blog.


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