Posted on April 7, 2013 by pittsburghflashfictiongazette
Gold-toned Ben Wa balls. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
He gave me ben-wa balls for Christmas
encased in a black velvet box.
It might have been a wedding ring
but I knew right away that it wasn’t.
Lifeless globes of icy brass
throbbed hot and molten inside.
Their transformation, temporary,
Reminded me of him.
He gave me ben-wall balls for Christmas.
He must have known I was planning to leave.
He joked that they might replace him one day
and shortly thereafter they did.
*Japanese masturbation equipment for women
Marcy Sheiner has written five novels, ghost written eight full-length works of non-fiction and one ebook, and edited a dozen anthologies of women’s erotica. She maintains tow blogs: DIRTY LAUNDRY at http://www.marcys.wordpress.com and BOOKBUSTER at http://ww.marcysbookbuster.wordpress.com. She is available for ghostwriting, editing and other jobs pertaining to the written word and the business of publishing.
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Posted on February 7, 2013 by pittsburghflashfictiongazette
Woman As Art
Riding Up The Thruway
In the fresh October morning
struck by the splendor
of sun and sky and mountains
my nipples pulsed
with yesterday’s rhythms.
I was a lute
a joyous screaming horn
wailing for your fingers
and your tongue.
Miles never played as sweetly
nor Coltrane as intensely
as you my fine musician
upon this throbbing drum.
Marcy Sheiner has written five novels, ghostwritten eight full-length works of non-fiction and one ebook, and edited a dozen anthologies of women’s erotica. She maintains two blogs: Dirty Laundry
. She is available for ghostwriting, editing and other jobs pertaining to the written word and the business of publishing.
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Posted on December 6, 2012 by pittsburghflashfictiongazette
It’s a cheap motel
but the passion doesn’t know that.
Your lush breasts,
they’d be equally at home
on a palace four-poster,
a blanket by a Maine Lake,
five miles high in an airplane
or the back seat of a car.
My body plunges your depths.
My kisses break your every surface.
You moan with pleasure.
I groan with delight.
The mattress rocks
like an ancient washing machine.
Guy in the room next door
is banging on the wall,
shouting, “Can you keep it down in there!”
But keeping it down
is the last thing I want to do.
Bio: John Grey is an Australian born poet, works as a financial systems analyst. Recently published in Bryant Poetry Review, Tribeca Poetry Review, Hurricane Review and Pinyon.
Woman As Art
The Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette is an online magazine of serious writing and brazen sexuality.
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