There once was an old gal named Sue-yuk who went in for a simple nip and quick tuck Advertisements
Let my embrace be the place you slip quiet as a floating ship… a harbour a refuge from the violent world
Beautiful harmony of two hearts released a quickening of breath and the fall-ing with a flash of pale flesh thoughtless recklessness
And the wind sighed as earth cried weeping toxic tears caused by man whose harsh hand has not held her dear
Why, my lady art thou blue are barren lips longing for stolen kisses?
“If we don’t know life, how can we know death?” Confucius We all must die this I know, but the puzzle that remains is why some go before growing old, snatched from life before their time.
It seems like only yesterday since you took your last breath. Life circles and cycles through, we carry on, as if nothing important happened when we said goodbye.
Cobble a melody with echoes of stones and bones a raucous music malady of haunting pounding tones.
Fading into the purple haze of blues remembering your brown eyes laughing Yearning for one more glimpse of you
Serve me cold champagne every day and let’s dance in pale evening’s light clinging to one another, dipping, swaying to lulling sounds of nature’s orchestral night.
And though her heart now gay life was once tragic when death’s pain had its way drowning life’s magic.
As the Dark Angel fell, banished from heaven the universe ripped and unzipped a hole through the cloudy night sky.