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3 Infected and Going Viral All life and matter is basically energy, thus when energy is re-directed, re-arranged and transubstantiated, what is there left to do but capitulate to sentiments which are as real as one's own? The idea that we are merely made up of chemicals and electrical impulses leaves many people cold. Short first-person prosaic piece loosely based around infection as a metaphor for lust.
Fiction: Sci-Fi, T, English, Sci-Fi & Angst, words: 670, favs: 2, follows: 1, 7/2/2012
2 Cave of Velvet The ice has set in early; I huddle within my velvet cave/Quiet, dark nights like these are so beautifully easy to lose oneself in./There is a glow, a certain transcendental hush – no rush/Time has stopped for me, just for me. All for me
Poetry: Love, K+, English, Spiritual & Poetry, words: 270, 6/15/2012
2 Untitled "The drunken and hiccupping call of adventure/ Invites us to strip and swim up the Serpentine." Winner of the 2010 Ilkley Literature competition in the 16-18 category.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Spiritual, words: 216, 5/25/2012
2Waltzing with Shadows I come here sometimes, to dance my clumsy, shameful arabesques through the echoing, dilapidated rooms. No-one has been here other than in clandestine boots for many years, and the rotting boards sweat stale rainwater under my feet.
Poetry: Life, K, English, words: 468, favs: 1, 5/25/2012
1 Red Letter Relations A short poem on the subject of the times when the dark depths of the winter nights creep in, and the world shrinks to an incandescent bubble, lit solely by the flickering blue of my computer screen; the last outpost of the lost who still seek.
Fiction: Biography, K, English, words: 175, 5/25/2012
3Graduation from a Kitten to a Tigress "Much has changed since I was asked, straight-faced, whether I was aware of the location of a certain erogenous zone. I, the innocent child of summer that I was, answered, "No?" He purred "…Let me educate you, then," and made fireworks explode behind my eyes. Much has changed, indeed."
Fiction: Romance, M, English, Romance & Friendship, words: 764, follows: 1, 5/25/2012
1 Today My Lover Has No Face I need the surety of a scene, a face...
Poetry: Life, K, English, words: 125, 3/17/2010
1 The Feast The Captain threw a remarkable feast -/Though that hot night I felt less than prandial...
Poetry: Life, K+, English, words: 158, 3/17/2010
3 Moth Dust I've seen those creatures/Mad with candles, stuttering in paroxysms/On hot wet nights. I hate them on sight.
Poetry: Life, K, English, words: 263, favs: 2, 3/17/2010
1 It's Your Decision What is uncertainty? What is paranoia? Can you label emotions and package them off like cattle? Or can you just hold on tight, and pray?
Poetry: Life, K, English, Hurt/Comfort, words: 140, 3/17/2010
1 Clothed Coherency What there is of me I wear outwardly/ - wear myself inside out, and wear you out -/So I have tugged my ragdoll's coat about me/pulling tight 'til the seams show white.
Poetry: Love, T, English, words: 168, 3/17/2010
2 The Woman In The Moon We were inventing new ways to look at the moon/ When he took it down and pinned it/ Waterlily white, just above my ear.
Poetry: Life, T, English, Romance, words: 92, 3/17/2010
Wearing One's Heart On One's Sleeve I arrived to my appointment with the Dark Doctor about five minutes late. The curtains were drawn but for an inch between them, allowing only a finger of the strong June sunlight to illuminate the room; I could have been on the inside of a golden sarcophagus with only a cigarette lighter to see by.
Fiction: Romance, M, English, Romance & Spiritual, words: 2k+, 3/17/2010
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