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AuthaGraph by Dr Srividya Sivakumar

Photo by Edward Weston

You know fifteen of the forty eight moles that map my body.

You know the folds at my waist. The arch of my feet. And my toe rings.

You are aware of every breath I take when we are together. You sense a change, even the slightest. And can perhaps smell the desire I feel in my skin.

My body carries a perfume that only you know of. And that exists only for you.

Your tongue knows of the deep shadow of my navel. You have tasted wine and chocolate and salt there.

My arms have held you as you shuddered above me. You've felt their softness and their strength.

You know my hair and my ears and my nose.

You say that you see yourself in my eyes. Your mother in my eyes. Home in my eyes.

My lips are magic to you and you cannot stop marvelling at their shape their taste their touch.

You know every hair. You know the taste the clings to them earthy and musky and strong.

Your fingers have traced my insides. Left their mark in the very marrow of my bones. Your body knows the heat of mine.

Does it know my heart?

AuthaGraph: An approximately equal-area world map projection invented by Japanese architect Hajime Narukawa in 1999.

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