We all yearn for a Blaze Of Glory. Come read Sarah’s “Flame and Fury” and feel the yearnings!
“Maybe this is how we were destined to end.
With flame and fury.”
Maybe this is how we were destined to end. With flame and fury instead of indifference and silence. Or maybe, that was just wishful thinking. To have you one last time. To taste you. To feel you all around me. Inside me. Like you were the atmosphere and my oxygen. Like we were gasping for air and this would give us one last breath. Because I’d much rather suffocate on you, than to never have you again.
© Sarah Doughty
Learn something new about “Art And Nature”.
Among other things
Art is meant to surprise us
And so is nature
BY CHARLES ROBERT LINDHOLM
IF NEVER TEMPTED
THERE’S NO WAY TO KNOW FOR SURE Continue reading
Come and learn what your girlfriend/wife wants!!
Hello loves, ❤
She wants you to touch her mindlessly while the two of you watch a movie – she doesn’t want that ‘Netflix and Chill’ touching, where the movie is clearly just a pretext to do something else. She wants you to drag your fingers lightly along her arm, in her hair, on her hand. She wants to know that you want to touch her as a matter of habit, as a reflex that just feels more right than doing nothing at all. Touching should become second nature, not always a means to an end.
She wants you to surprise her, but not with some grand gesture you saw in a movie. She doesn’t need the guy lighting a hundred candles in the shape of a heart or a cheesy word, and she doesn’t need to be serenaded with soft guitar music. She needs something that is romantic to…
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Come read and think on Dwight’s intense and honest post – “Waiting”
Waiting to Die
Becomingobsolete is one of life’s most difficult burdens
It is not something that comes on quickly
But rather happens over a few years
When things once held dear are no longer valued by the next generation
It raises a turmoil of the soul that at first kicks and screams
But gradually subsides into a churning rumble
Only to be followed by a great dull ache
Becoming physically challenged only adds to the burden
Our bodies slow down // wear out // won’t co-operate // get repaired
Bounce back at times // only to slowly head back down the slippery slope of time
That waits for no one // but seems tocareen wildly toward the cliff
This too raises the turmoil of the soul //that at first kicks and screams
But gradually subsides into that churning rumble
Only to be followed by a great…
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By Charles Robert Lindholm
He Betrayed Her Love
Without Intending To
He Was Thirsty And Hungry
But Never Knew Continue reading