Silhouette (Short Story)
My breath caught as the light haloed around his profile, and the misty grey smoke plumed out of his upturned lips. I could feel my heart racing in a way that could not be blamed on intoxication. Yet, I remained where I was, apart. Embers glowed softly behind him, and the fire danced in a mockery of my feelings. I looked away. I couldn’t see his face, even when he leaned back in...
Love. Passion. Where are you?
thedeevie: I would give my non-vital organs for an intense lip-biting, grope-filled, crushed-up-against-a-wall make out session right now. Just saying. Yes. Please.
Do I even have a choice? Do I want one? I hope this is the bottom, because I’m not sure how much further I can go.
Three steps away, and hesitation causes me to linger. I’d look up, but I’d lose control. I’ve heard all the words in the world, except the ones I needed to hear. Close your eyes. Breathe. There are no answers.
1) The state of satisfaction 2) Things that are held or included in something Its the same thing, right? I’m content …
The thought that you’re not good enough. That nothing’s good enough.
The Perfect Performance (Short Story)
It started with silence, and then the music exploded from my throat. There was nothing more beautiful or more pure than this moment. I was truly and completely everything I wanted to be. I allowed the words to flow without thinking about them and they passed through me flawlessly. It was peaceful, perfect in this world within the music. So amazingly pristine that I longed to revisit this place...
Its more than just sexual. Although it seems nowadays, that’s where we draw the line. To lose your virginity is to have sex for the first time. To finally be able to look into someone’s eyes, and be willing to fall, to open yourself up to your passion, your lust, and go somewhere, unreachable otherwise, with another person. But that’s not what it really means. Sure, sex was...
Courage (Philosophical Math)
Courage =/= - (fear + despair + apathy) Courage = [(strength + hope + desire) > (fear + despair + apathy)] Therefore Courage = [(strength + hope + desire) - (fear + despair + apathy) > 0]