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The Tiger Lessons. Three: Say to Him the Names of Your Desire

“I want you to do me like that,” Sam says to me, pointing at Rick. “Okay,” I say.  But I don’t know how, and my breath is caught because he has asked this of me. I have just spent the … Continue reading

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The Tiger Lessons. Two: Detachment

Sam does not love me in return. I accepted this the moment I fell for him; I suppose with love at first sight you accept your job is to serve the beloved.  That is all.  There is nothing to be … Continue reading

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Don’t Punch the Monkey. Or the Gypsies. Part Two: Not Punching the Monkey or the Gypsies

The monkey’s name is Em Dee, which is long for “M.D.” as in medical doctor.  Jim, her current owner, which, in monkey terms, means her butler-slave, altered the spelling to give it a more feminine look.  Her first owner, which, … Continue reading

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A Few Notes about Mating Season and Talking with Animals, as the Author Attends to her Leg

By my calculations, I drive roughly 823 miles every six days.  That’s about like driving from Ft. Myers, FL, to my hometown of Rocky Mount, NC, every week.  I spend about 70 hours a week working, most of it in … Continue reading

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