Monthly Archives: October 2014

An Actual Conversation

From My Youth, an excerpt from a conversation I’ve had too frequently, and if I ever have it again, I will stop looking for romantic love, because I do not deserve it. Me: do we need a break? would space from me, and … Continue reading

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Oh life, it’s bigger

Four thoughts, disconnected. 1) I stopped on the first step, and a few cold drops of rain dripped from the awning, down the open neck of my t-shirt. Startled, I stood in place. The cold touch of the water was … Continue reading

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Lyssa and the City

Lyssa Wells is a 42-year old single mother from Lansing, Michigan, in town for a wedding and a few extra days alone in New York City. It’s her first visit. She’s overwhelmed from a morning fighting the Columbus Day crowds … Continue reading

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When I’m Dancing

Her ass is round, high, muscular, perfect but somehow attainable. I stare at her upper thighs, bared by her blue booty shorts. Not a ripple, a wrinkle, a mark, or a stray anything. Her skin is smooth, it probably feels good … Continue reading

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Going Quiet

I am a little lost right now. Not too much of a surprise. Three months of intense daily connection with a very verbal, entertaining person. And, now, quiet, ably filled with other wonderful voices, but missing the heat and passion of before. … Continue reading

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