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The Fiery Cross
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The Poetical Works of Robert Browning - Vol V by Robert Browning
“As is your sort of mind,
So is your sort of search:
You will find what you desire.”
Robert Browning
A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
“Then, brothers, it came. Oh, bliss, bliss and heaven. I lay all nagoy to the ceiling, my gulliver on my rookers on the pillow, glazzies closed, rot open in bliss, slooshying the sluice of lovely sounds. Oh, it was gorgeousness and gorgeosity made flesh.”
Anthony Burgess
The Cinnamon Peeler by Michael Ondaatje
“If I were a cinnamon peeler
I would ride your bed
and leave the yellow bark dust
on your pillow.

Your breasts and shoulders would reek
you could never walk through markets
without the profession of my fingers
floating over you. The blind would
stumble certain of whom they approached
though you might bathe
under rain gutters, monsoon.

Here on the upper thigh
at this smooth pasture
neighbor to your hair
or the crease
that cuts your back. This ankle.
You will be known among strangers
as the cinnamon peeler's wife.

I could hardly glance at you
before marriage
never touch you
-- your keen nosed mother, your rough brothers.
I buried my hands
in saffron, disguised them
over smoking tar,
helped the honey gatherers...

When we swam once
I touched you in water
and our bodies remained free,
you could hold me and be blind of smell.
You climbed the bank and said

this is how you touch other women
the grasscutter's wife, the lime burner's daughter.

And you searched your arms

for the missing perfume.

and knew
what good is it
to be the
Michael Ondaatje
Random by Alma Alexander
Random (The Were Chronicles #1)
by Alma Alexander (Goodreads Author)
read in December, 2014
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A story of teenage angst with a supernatural bent. A family of shape shifters moves to the "new world” to
escape bigotry and violence, only to find that discrimination of their kind exists as well in their new home.
14 year old Jazz doesn’t think the
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