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Secret Lives of Girls

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Secret Lives of Girls

written by: Christine E. Ray

@Christabelle666

 

Memories of summer nights

sky midnight silk

studded with diamonds

my heart beating fast

with you sitting next to me

on a scratchy plaid blanket

you all Love’s Baby Soft skin

and strawberry pink lip gloss mouth

small hands entwined with mine

warm minty breath

our secrets held close

like your curves to mine

turning us molten

kisses full of longing

and wonder

witnessed only

by the jealous moon

and the fireflies that danced over our heads

Christine E. Ray

Christine E. Ray

Christine E. Ray lives outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A former Managing Editor of Sudden Denouement Publications, she founded Indie Blu(e) Publishing with Kindra M. Austin in September 2018. Ray is the author of the award-winning Composition of a Woman and The Myths of Girlhood. Her writing is also featured in SMITTEN This Is What Love Looks Like: Poetry by Women for Women an Anthology, We Will Not Be Silenced: The Lived Experience of Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault Told Powerfully Through Poetry, Prose, Essay, and Art, Anthology Volume I: Writings from the Sudden Denouement Literary Collective, Swear to Me, and All the Lonely People. Read more of her work at Brave & Reckless.
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