Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Glazed Elixir Of A French Kiss

The spirited light; the solar-like wind; breath with its passion; the sun’s copious erotic venom. I speak of everything and all things without caution: this noise inside my head; layers of high pitched harmonics; the compressed hours between birth and … Continue reading

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The Second Coming

‘The Second Coming’ (2012) Publisher: Stillpoint Books Editor: Eve Costello Foreword by R.H.Peat Excerpt from: “Once I Was Somewhere” Between the wide-open eyes of a lucid moment and the feeling of transparent self, memories discharge everywhere, flying or tongue-tied, crisscrossing … Continue reading

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In Forbidden Language

‘In Forbidden Language’ (2010) Publisher: Stillpoint Books Editor: Eve Costello Introduction by Eve Costello Excerpt from the poem, “The Sea” Along the shore I chased sandpipers til they fell into the holes they pecked, where their eyes caved-in like frightened … Continue reading

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If You Have One Moment

I am happy to announce the release of my third book: ‘If You Have One Moment’ (2015) Publisher: Stillpoint Books Editor: Eve Costello Excerpt from ‘If You Have One Moment’ “If you have one moment then you have two then … Continue reading

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A Gothic Tale

I want to see you as you are, the one who holds me in my cold loneliness holds me like an creature in a dungeon. I want to wake up from this old dream, to draw in air as a … Continue reading

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Scent Of My Lover

The scent of my lover comes from the luscious sweat dripping down her breasts floating over her belly like pearls or precious light as my hands mouth and tongue slide over her steamy body wet with my craving Hard nipples … Continue reading

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Grandmother

Born from French blood, Grandmother had a lasting energetic laugh and a vibrant smile. She loved everyone and everything, and packed more joy into a single day than most people do in a life-time, and this, even after Grandfather, who … Continue reading

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