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Richard Brautigan

The sweet juices of your mouth
are like castles bathed in honey.
I’ve never had it done so gently before.
You have put a circle of castles
around my penis and you swirl them
like sunlight on the wings of birds.

― Richard Brautigan, “I’ve Never Had it Done so Gently Before,” Trout Fishing in America / The Pill vs. the Springhill Mine Disaster / In Watermelon Sugar. (Mariner Books, March 1, 1989)

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