A Taste For Naming by Marissa Glover

It started with Eve in the Garden. A look, a taste of such delicious fruit —  Before the curse, names like hamor and gamel rolled off Adam’s tongue. After, the taste for naming remained: melons — grapefruits, lemons— pear hips, orange peel thighs, peach, pomegranate, cherry.  With this, man becomes master  of the garden. Paradise regained.  A lick of his lips, a whistle, a hiss. Continue reading A Taste For Naming by Marissa Glover