Tag Archives: Seattle

Front Row

Leaving the theater soft rain falling marine air wafting, gliding. & front row seating to breathe in a little summer love

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Extra-Wide Heartosphere

The best part of my best friend’s leave is the coming home laughter at the start of day stories & love ending the day Life, lovely even in his absence, Coalesces perfectly the moment of re-entry into the seattlesphere an … Continue reading

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Coalescense

God save me But I am missing you Seems I’ve fallen, irrevocably, in love with you Aroused by the preponderance of everything intellectual, sensual, philosophical With you I live I breathe I believe With you coalescence is more than a … Continue reading

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Love Without Laundry

The man asked, “What is it that you want?” She boldly answered, “love.” He shrugged, looked away & replied, “I won’t marry again. I like living on my own.” She understood his confusion regarding love & domestic duty so she … Continue reading

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Release & Return

Lost in a good book adrift on a summer breeze not looking to be found but, if discovered please release & return to 137 North Easy Breezy Street

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A Brazen Act of Summer Love

Come play awhile leave your sadness for the afternoon the summer is young the sun kisses your face bare legs, bare feet, brave heart we will catch falling stars make wishes, dream & never sleep we will tame the wild … Continue reading

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Come and Kiss Me

kissing you it’s all I can think of sheets still a tangle all points of pleasure at high alert as if you were still riding beneath fast and slow powerful and sweet come and kiss me I can accomplish nothing … Continue reading

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