Lust remembers

"Morning and the summer sun. She has no need for blankets. Her flesh aches from the gravel.

She remembers cold.

She remembers traces of sweat, salty, windy.

She expects him to come, nearly naked."
-- Mary-Kim Arnold, "Lust", Eastgate Quarterly Review of Hypertext 1(2), Eastgate Systems, 1994

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