Tag Archives: lust
Mis-identity. Useless to hide inside. [i tried.] So… metaphorical suicide. Cut my hair. Cut my throat. Hang tight to that life boat. Choke the seductress. Burn down ALL of this. Not for you… just for me. […really?] Redefining what means … Continue reading
“…that would be like blaming the yummy ice cream for being so tasty that you had to eat it.” –Anonymous [On shifting responsibility for one’s actions.]
Dew drops beading on the stem. Lemmings diving off the end. Separating at the seams- Like milk of youth, stripped of cream. Fly entangled in my web- Writhe and struggle. Soon you’re dead. I really only liked your taste. But … Continue reading
“When two people are under the influence of the most violent, most insane, most delusive, and most transient of passions, they are required to swear that they will remain in that excited, abnormal, and exhausting condition continuously until death do … Continue reading
Sometimes we don’t experience the consequences of our actions until years later. Other times we think we are done with a consequence, only to discover its continued insidious effect. Often we underestimate the results to what we do, and sometimes … Continue reading
There is a certain hunger – the more you feed it, the hungrier you feel – an emptiness that expands the more you try to fill it.