"enticing" - City Sports
"very entertaining" - KFOG
"Buy two." - Marina Times
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|| A racy runner's book, GREENLINGS is a
satire of the running scene at the Marina Green, San
Francisco. A drifting sailor docks at the stud
field and discovers his dream girl, adventuring there.
The supple flash of flesh rising, blink and go blind, no she's real, flowering up from the deep green grass. I buzz closer. The long vase of her legs lifts her petal red hair higher. She sways, stem clay to the sun. I swarm to her, she dance-runs in place. Her firmness incites me: she's her own fantasy. She bends again, folds in half standing up. Her knees lock, her strapped breasts flatten against her tan full thighs. Her slit white-nylon shorts resist splitting.
In tight arcs I circle her. Her lean face, sweat-glazed, lip-glossed, comes up to meet me. Her green glass eyes show no surprise.
"Who are you stunning for?" I ask, tongue-tripping.
She hums. Her ear-plug-radio is so loud, I'm
the electronic feed-box rubber band rhythm. She removes her headset,
slowly, looking around, as if to see where the silence is coming
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