‘Shoo, fly.’ – Collaboration – Kindra M. Austin & Samantha Lucero

A little thing written by Samantha Lucero and me. Sam is a spectacular dragon. ❤

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Fly guy—bar fly with Roman nose and sake soaked tongue buzzing in my ear; shoo fly, don’t bother me.

like a sip instead of a gulp,

the spider is on the cliff of my knee,

it spreads no further with

its unshaven jowls scratching the walls

of my mind; i remember camel turkish royals,

hard pack, you thanking me after i sucked

your dick,  

begging me to stay when i said goodbye.

men just want a woman in their bed, any one will do.

and i like pooling alone, like a puddle of rain outside,

dreaming my chaotic dreams.

You’d followed me out to the parking lot

after my Karaoke set; ‘Rolling on the River’ was my best yet.

I let you feel me up, under the bra, under lights catching bugs,

while my hands worked overtime, pulling down your drawers.

and what wet dreams may come on the upper…

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Published by Kindra M. Austin

Author of fiction, poetry, and very sweary social commentary. Editor, and co-founder of Indie Blu(e) Publishing. Co-founder of Blood Into Ink, and Heretics, Lovers, and Madmen.

30 thoughts on “‘Shoo, fly.’ – Collaboration – Kindra M. Austin & Samantha Lucero

          1. That is an interesting question. No one has ever asked me that before. I believe I am ever changing. I’ve always had a strong sense of self–even when I was being squelched as a young woman. I discover my strength, for example. I chose to use it in broader form, eventually. I chose to extend it from within, and show everyone who I really am.


          2. I think we don’t realise how much we will change when we’re young. Self worth is something hard to find especially after having controlling parents. It’s amazing how you’ve found your strength and bring and use it so well ☺️

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          3. You’re so kind. Thank you for saying, Simon. Haha! Simon Says. You’re a dear. You make me smile.


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