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Miss Thing, you never told me where you’re from
or why the living, each night, barred their doors

against you. They called you: Cthulhu’s Mum …
and She Who Rasped and Gasped. Back on all fours,

your six breasts pressed to my chest, your two tongues
circled my skull … back when your mammalian

parts bloomed slush and sucked the air from my lungs
… you were my titular titillation;

the tar dope tang of the ball-gag; funky
razzle-dazzle of blackholes. Not all mums

get to fondle me like you do with such
clapperclaws. Whatever you are show me

more, Miss Thing. I know that odd wisdom comes
from odd places … so does your heinous touch.