‘We have learned to see the world in gasps.’ – Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale Not exactly a story about sports, as the Wicked Wednesday prompt suggested, but more on the Olympics and how much can change in four years. *** BEIJING 2008 I wasn’t ready to be faced by those eyes, wow those beautiful […]Read more "Four years…"
‘I am the passenger and I ride and I ride I ride through the city’s backsides I see the stars come out of the sky Yeah, the bright and hollow sky You know it looks so good tonight’ – Iggy Pop, The Passenger To see the other sinful fun shared this week, press the kiss […]Read more "Sinful Sunday: Passenger…"
‘We can never give up longing and wishing while we are still alive. There are certain things we feel to be beautiful and good, and we must hunger for them.’ – George Eliot Mouthwateringly hungry. Body achingly hungry. So hungry that I can barely think. Remembering how my lips close around his cock; wanting my […]Read more "Sinful Sunday: Hunger…"
‘Let me satisfy your soul Not a saint but do I have to be’ – BØRNS, Holy Ghost I may be kneeling, but there is nothing pious about my position. I am not praying or kneeling in honour; I’m waiting. The blindfold around my eyes is so tight that I can’t open them at all […]Read more "I’m not a saint, but do I have to be?"
‘Most beds aren’t as intimate as people think they are.’ – Malcolm Bradbury, The History Man ‘I have to taste you…’ Jesus, is there anything hotter? They’re just words, but words that burrow under my skin and make me melt into a flowing mess that cannot support my weight…oh yes, I love oral, although it […]Read more "Going down…"