Monthly Archives: June 2015

Sex rocks

A rough calculation tells me that I have engaged in more than 30,000 individual sessions of sex with another person or persons. ┬áThere was a year, between my first and second marriages when I had none at all but that … Continue reading

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weirdos in the back alleys

Shades of ideas still haunting my mind, a text based world well suited to mine, where a single naked photo could take hours to download, where the world of readers was so finite we all knew each other and the … Continue reading

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picks up his sword

Silence until an octave drops, vibrato and a dulled flatness surrendered to the late night like some other men do. This is how I feel, so he picks up his sword and goes but I really like the music, trying … Continue reading

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Symmetry and softness

I don’t take no one’s advice about dynamite with a laser beam because you are my candy girl. Symmetry and softness, gentle properly sized features, smooth and tinted genuinely, the strain of a voice overused, the empty trial of a … Continue reading

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masking the words

One of the real beauties of music comes from masking the words of the masses, helping me evade the stories of every damn soul who wanders by, for while I can eagerly try to avoid the stories leak through, their … Continue reading

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physical embrace of presence

Delphi entered with a shout, a huzzah, a loud and physical embrace of presence. A turban had been wrapped around her head, For a short period, the turban seemed to define Delphi but then she never wore a turban again. … Continue reading

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otherwise apathetic

Outrageousness frequently led me to disbelieve some of Edwards complaints, all of the Duke’s brags, the name dropping of the Big E. Some people exaggerate to push the emotions content into clear relief, while others bend the truth to enhance … Continue reading

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