Monthly Archives: February 2016

Desires of a Second Being

  In the desolate wild west of youth I tore at my chest to expose that need, tried to open my heart to liquid-love but vomited blandness upon you.   That state of longing need is passing from my beaten … Continue reading

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I kiss you with all my heart

  I kiss you with all my heart and miss you when we’re apart. I feel your touch upon my flesh and hear your voice again, afresh.   You’re warmth against the cold. Your smile illuminates me when the old … Continue reading

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My Valentine

  Do you remember the National Express coach we caught together, separately? And travelled south on a warm May day as we merged into conversation on the motorway? It was no Devine Comedy the 12 years that followed, but oh … Continue reading

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Monday morning, when you’re gone

  I feel your closeness next to me under the warm embrace of my heavy duvet of soft down reaching over me covering. I see the twisted delicate fabric of your discarded briefs   still lying naked on my room’s … Continue reading

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My Lovers For This Year

She makes firm promises anew against bitter storms that blew. She’s my sanctuary and she’s mine again in blazing fire while winds outside howl in ire, my love, January.   She’s bitter and cold at heart and demanding from the … Continue reading

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