Monthly Archives: July 2017

We Are Light!

We came together for loving’s pleasure, Which was the measure of thought’s desire; We snuggled against us to handle treasure, To breathe the life of spiritual fire. We came together with tongues on bodies, That touched and tasted, and found … Continue reading

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Tradition and Fear

Well, it had happened. An extremely rare, quick-killing disease, affecting only Chinese people, had spread like a raging wild-fire, and in two years every Chinese person on the planet was dead. Except for two, Jim and Nancy. For a reason … Continue reading

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Euphoria

The State of Euphoria governs me true Whenever I’m falling, falling for you. I’m high in a daze, half-crazy my ways, Am shackled and bound by the power of you! The State of Euphoria taxes my air; I think of … Continue reading

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More Than

Everything you do or say Makes me love you more each day, And more keeps growing oh, so full With more and more so beautiful, That I will burst or fall apart With nothing left but my full heart, Which … Continue reading

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On The Level

Byron and Nancy were having the first quarrel of their love-life of two weeks. Byron was 95. Nancy was 88. Byron said, holding out his teaspoon, “This, my dear Nancy, is the proper way to load up your teaspoon with … Continue reading

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Confession

I’m so obsessed with your happiness That I forget my own, But I’m the happiest, happiest man That I have ever known. I’m so possessed with your smile, dear, I picture it day and night, And I am smiling ear … Continue reading

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O Flower My Own

I love you; yes, and I am glad. I’m glad for me, I’m glad for you. I know you love it when I say I love you. I know you want to see those happy words; I know you need … Continue reading

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