Remember? How my eyes could caress your soul How our minds became one being How we did not need to guess Remember? How I would touch you there How I would set you on fire How I was all you needed ad infinitum Remember? How your zeniths were like life! How your body craved mine … Continue reading Remember?
I would like to tell you a story. First off, forget all you think you know about the story. The Story is set in eternity. I would not dare to add or subtract from The Truth. But I am compelled to entertain you. I am obligated to open up the eye of your understanding. As … Continue reading The ‘What If?’ Series. (Dan-ifying The Biblical Adam & Eve)
Everything happens in, and for a season Every word for a reason. Loyalty, I fear, is a an expensive tradeoff Apportion trust deliberately thereof. Protect yourself at all times Against love, religion - all the sublimes! To be forewarned is but divine courtesy Lips ultimately leak evil you cannot see. Even if you currently have … Continue reading Godling (1)
When what is, should not And what ought, is yet Then what could, would So what is, ought not.
COMING SOON :- "32 DAYS IN SEPTEMBER" Be it the 32nd of September Be it 32 Days In September May the matter find closure soon May that day be upon us soon. #32daysinseptember #thestoryteller
Saw this meme and stuff got funny in my head. (Hehehehe, what's new dude?) Naturally, I enjoyed several spectra of alternate reasonings on the robust plethora of outcomes, explanations and conjecture. I can share one of those 'alternate reasonings' with you if you want? Yes? Aiight... I will. Good thing you want to hear it, … Continue reading The ‘What If?’ Series. (Dan-ifying The Biblical Enoch)
This piece is largely "a note to self". If you are male, kindly substitute gender and references as appropriate. I stumbled on the writer online. Her words resonated on many levels. I have tried to leave the manuscript as close to the original as possible. Alas, my arrogance bade me to perform rudimentary editing. There … Continue reading A Woman’s Greatest Mistake