Monthly Archives: September 2013

Wild Blueberries

The bobwhites call to me, inviting me to share their bounty, to the weed grown fence line so far from the house, where wild blueberries wait. My tiny, greedy hands pluck and pluck. The fruit bursts on my tongue with … Continue reading

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sweet memory

Your sigh like a breeze fills the air your fingers twist into my hair passion’s sweat slickens thighs as insistent rhythms synchronize surrender’s song is sung tooth scrapes tongue tongue grazes lip hip bruises hip and a moment of sweet … Continue reading

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yours forever

hot summer night I explore your patchouli and rose scented valley the musk of your forest surrounds me as I drink from your river Your water bathes my tongue ignites my blood and intoxicates my mind binding me to you … Continue reading

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this kind of love

Are there different kinds of love? I say there are The love of a mother for a child child for a puppy a dog for a master a husband for a wife a lover for a lover me for you … Continue reading

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La Mort d’Amour

Love The fear of loneliness Dies When loneliness is preferable. Within Loneliness I find truth. My Life can only be lived alone, Heart Breaking. Lonely ’til the end.

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