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On Power

On Power Ali Shapiro I’d do anything for you, but you say: No, let me. I wear the pants, but you call the shots. I’m holding aces, but you’ve got tricks up your sleeve. I’m always big spoon, but you’re always on top. I wear the pants, but you look fucking hot in a skirt. I’ve read Rilke, but you’ve read Proust. I’m always big spoon, but you’re always on top. You can do pushups, but my arms are tattooed (which, yes, hurt). I’ve read Rilke, but you’ve read Proust. Twice. And you liked it. Not even a yawn. You can do pull-ups, but I never bruise. You turn me on, but I get you o√. Twice. And you like it. Not even a yawn. Then you want to cuddle, but I want a sandwich. You’re still turned on, but my switch is o√. Now I’m feeling smothered, but you’re feeling restless. When I want to cuddle, you just want a sandwich. I press your buttons, but you declare war. You’re feeling smothered? Well, I’m feeling restless. You storm out, but I lock the door. I press your buttons, but you press mine more! You point to the problem, but http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Prairie Schooner University of Nebraska Press

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Abstract

Ali Shapiro I’d do anything for you, but you say: No, let me. I wear the pants, but you call the shots. I’m holding aces, but you’ve got tricks up your sleeve. I’m always big spoon, but you’re always on top. I wear the pants, but you look fucking hot in a skirt. I’ve read Rilke, but you’ve read Proust. I’m always big spoon, but you’re always on top. You can do pushups, but my arms are tattooed (which, yes, hurt). I’ve read Rilke, but you’ve read Proust. Twice. And you liked it. Not even a yawn. You can do pull-ups, but I never bruise. You turn me on, but I get you o√. Twice. And you like it. Not even a yawn. Then you want to cuddle, but I want a sandwich. You’re still turned on, but my switch is o√. Now I’m feeling smothered, but you’re feeling restless. When I want to cuddle, you just want a sandwich. I press your buttons, but you declare war. You’re feeling smothered? Well, I’m feeling restless. You storm out, but I lock the door. I press your buttons, but you press mine more! You point to the problem, but

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Prairie SchoonerUniversity of Nebraska Press

Published: Aug 7, 2016

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