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Enraged and disgusted, Mother Jean contacted a lawyer in secret until Bello discovered her scheme and threatened to sell pornographic photos of Harlow for display. They call my stepfather the Sicilian pimp.
Bello is sitting on my bed, picking at my string necklace. We have no lying down in the groves of oranges. A girl with hair the color of milkweed stands semi-nude on a rock, the wind blowing her filmy shawl. Primitive mountains rise around her and she could be a virgin about to be sacrificed. The priest cuts her jugular and severs her spine. The girl goes limp. The sun brightens her buttocks cut with blue sage. Why should I hide from being seen naked? Shame grew when the tree I call rape started fruiting. Bello, go tend those twisted branches and coax movie contracts from their buds.
I want to sit at your feet. I throw myself into the current that le to the sea. The virgin has been quartered and gutted. Her insides smell humid and the organs are a deep russet. Crops will grow, vines will heave with fruit. Birds are singing in the fire poppies one after another. He was the Jewish Savior and possessed the most powerful right hand in heavyweight history.
The son of a hog butcher his awesome strength came from swinging a cleaver. Harlow would play the lady and Baer the prize fighter. They say he has the body of Adonis and the mind of a sideshow barker. I scour the red marks his mouth leaves on my neck. The onyx reek of a beast. They say Max killed a man in the ring with his right hook.
The heat from his chest tastes of the place where the cows he sledge-hammered settled onto the ground. The scent of his first slaughter strangely appealing. Jean harlow nudes will act together. I am enamored. Crickets so loud you can hear them miles away. I want the brute. His saltiness. For years his father butchered pigs and went mad from listening to them cry out for their lives.
I use the scented hotel towels to take the bloodied smell of my perfume from him. His wife waits jean harlow nudes the lobby. The Jewish Savior has licked me everywhere. My eyes have been washed. Lovemaking is the tang of leaves melting into the damp earth, the long roots of the yucca, the imagining of black ants pyramid-building.
But fucking is a dragon. It wants every inch of you. It takes my green bones in its teeth. Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Old Hollywood is buried in absinthe-lubricated twilight. It is always the clouding hour, the turning of deep green into milk liquor. The on-screen lovers watch from their obelisks for jealous wives and husbands. They come from the East, these visitors who serve the dumb supper—filet mignon and champagne. Watch them smooth the white linen and set fine china before the tomb. They ask their favorite star Rudolph Valentino who he has married in the netherworld.
What is the best time of the month to conceive? Might they cast a spell of desire on the broad-shouldered Cecil B. De Mille? Should they sell up and move into the city? Oh, he loves animals and insects far too much. Old Hollywood bumps into a stone basin filled with the liquor of stale rain. For a silver dollar, a struggling magician haunts Forest Lawn, shaking pebbles in a bucket that mimic the rattle of bracelets. The shade of Jean Harlow walks in a see-through negligee. Her thoughts drift with her tuber rose perfume. The cat Celestine keeps her company. Her yellow eyes tell Harlow of herself.
Harlean in a wicker stroller bridled to an unsmiling Shetland pony. Harlean under the pear tree. The lost street. I eloped so long ago. I never knew Jean Harlow, Harlean. They called me Baby. Dark trees stir in their ancient burrows the vapor of woody almonds. Old Hollywood buries its legends in grottos of forgotten orgasm. Old Hollywood le ostriches on leashes to their fate. Break the seal. How the stars clutch to us. A Woman Called Sunset Blvd.
I tell Sunset Boulevard stories about where I come from. The vamp of the s. I was born the rich daughter of an estancia. High in the Andes mountains. It fell to my grandmother, a bitter woman from the estuary of the Rio de la Plata, to raise me. Her sharp black eyes thwacked like knives. She detested my mother, her black hair and plum lips, her mixed-race skin. Buenos Aires like Sunset Boulevard punishes beauty. She cast a black spell on him. The old woman muttered incantations that damned me. They feed on girls with the same hunger. She chopped hearts and gizzards knowing I liked them and so she fed hot gizzards to the cats.
I tell Sunset Boulevard I can eat nothing today. My grandmother mashed olives from our own trees, the masa cakes she tied with fuzzy twine. I wanted to love her. I tell Sunset Boulevard that laughter spilled from the belly of the sick room.Jean harlow nudes
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