HPV by April Johnston
5:54 PM | Author: Paul Mullin
HPV by April Johnston

As I lie on my back, feet spread wide, organs numbed, his gloved hands inside of me, I don’t know which one of you did this to me – who left the virus that invaded the cells that multiplied and shape shifted and threatened to kill me – but I blame you.

April Johnston is a professor and former newspaper reporter who lives and writes in West Virginia. She can confirm that it is both wild and wonderful. Read more of her work at http://littlestbaglady.wordpress.com/
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On 11/7/11, 8:17 AM , Unknown said...

It wasn't me. Honest. Very good 50.