Chained

You could  chain me  to your belt loop,  dragging me around,  place to place, just to be sure that  I would follow. But you don’t  have to. Your gaze is chain enough– thick, heavy, palpable– your eyes pull me in, hold me immobile, even bid me to move whichever way you desire. I could say…

Sexually disabled? disordered? dysfunctional?

dis-1 Word Origin 1. a Latin prefix meaning “apart,” “asunder,” “away,” “utterly,” or having a privative, negative, or reversing force (see de-, un-2.); used freely,especially with these latter senses, as an English formative: disability; disaffirm; disbar; disbelief; discontent; dishearten; dislike;disown. (source: Dictionary.com) ***** dis informal verb 1. speak disrespectfully to or criticize. “I don’t like her dissing my friends” noun 1. disrespectful talk. “the airwaves bristle with the sexual dis of shock jocks” (Source: Google Dictionary) ***** dis Referring to the city of Dis, from Dante’s levels of hell.…

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