By Meg Pokrass

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MEG POKRASS is a fiction writer who lives in San Francisco. Her collection Damn Sure Right can be pre-ordered (signed) now from Press 53. Yes! Meg will create animated book trailers, by author request! request one! Additionally, she runs the weekly segment for BLIP magazine (formerly Mississippi Review) and runs the “Fictionaut Five” author interview series for Fictionaut. Her story, "Leaving Hope Ranch," published in Storyglossia was selected for Wigleaf’s Top 50 Flash Fiction 2009 List. She has published over one hundred stories and poems in journals such as Gigantic, Gargoyle, Wigleaf, Annalemma.

5 responses to “Greenery”

  1. Art Edwards says:

    I’m glad we finally got to the leaf, the 800 pound gorilla in the room.

    Erotic and tantalizing!


  2. Meg Pokrass says:

    haha! Thanks. Yeah, this is pretty erotic stuff!

  3. Meg Pokrass says:

    that leaf… yes, it IS the 800 pound gorilla, I agree. I just reread your comment and laughed twice.

  4. Gloria Harrison says:

    “A vixen with squatting skills. Woot!”

    “Does your leaf change colors in the fall?”


    Part of me wants the gal in red to see that the fig leaf guy is a nincompoop and then the other part of me can absolutely see why she’s falling for him. The strange little man has an odd charm. It must be the dancing.

    I love these two. 🙂

    • meg pokrass says:

      Thankyou, Gloria! Ha. Yes, i don’t know this whole thing has taken over my brain. And I agree, I’m both delighted by and disgusted by the dancing dude. It reminds me of a line from (I believe) a Woody Allen film “I am both attracted and repelled by the male organ.”

      He is like a talking, dancing penis. He is a grotesque, a perverted clown. So much fun to make these. It feels illegally fun. Thanks so much for your comments.

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