Lady Chapel

Zodiac by Alphonse Mucha, 1896

[Zodiac by Alphonse Mucha 1896]

Lady Chapel

Guilted stone, she stood ache tall in roots.

She would not say white snakes

but yellowed rankle in a serious arbor.

She had stiffed him out of bed, ebony polish

running high for the other. Polished, polished

miles of years slid footless wrong.Tingle watch came over her.

Blades banged in coughs that spat atonement.

Surly gleam of bundled punish promised

Still he promised brown sienna brown

Dung-like aura, pursing elbows, cursing

trunk and venial damn, he came for her.

A quilt of leafstabs sired out the arbor.

In dank-lke prayer, he crayed, wrapping her

when loose to mica-tight confession lone and long.

Deflowered leech, she spun.


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