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Thursday, July 01, 2004

Anatomy Poetry

Your kiss sets my lingual nerve tingling,
Vestibulocochlear spinning,
Oh, you're like vertigo--
Meniere's never felt so good.
I got you under my skin
In the subcutaneous fat.
Your touch lights up my dorsal horn--the afferent one, baby--
My synapses get wet with acetylcolene
To caress your face.


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