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I Want to Write A Love Song

When I reach the pinnacle of my desire,

every word sounds so right,

brings me back into your arms,

only yours, that summer,

that winter’s night when the snow… 220 more words

Poetry

On Sincerity vs. Naivete

For the last 9 months, I’ve been involved in a local political party and its “young person” wing.  It has been a bit of a crazy, whirlwind experience, and I’ve met a lot of really amazing people and learned a lot about politics and about myself.   698 more words

Clark County

Naivete, Gypsy caravans and questionable Ebay purchases

My husband and I have always loved camping, especially in out of the way, remote places with very few facilities. Organised camp sites do not appeal, due to the close proximity of other people and the enforced socialising. 910 more words

Humour

World Wide Window

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

“No man on this Earth is free from one vice.”
That the Collector told me.

“Your residual self-image is nice, 67 more words

Prose Poetry

In Which I Throw My Integrity Away Like So Much Garbage

This blog is all about my personal journey out of the closet, and back to loving myself for who I am. I’ll not belabor the point too much, because it sounds way emo and I try not to spend more than a few moments out of every day in self-loathing. 2,280 more words

The Fires Of BDSM (NSFW)

Naiveté Vs. Ignorance

A few days ago, I put a bouquet of flowers lying in the shade of our living room out in the balcony, where it could catch some sun rays. 102 more words

Life