Published by admin on April 2, 2019


  I know you want commitment. You want to know that if you open yourself up to me, fully, that I will give all of me to you. A fair proposition. And pre-supposition—for your love. And I understand your sentiment. But what if I told you that the I that I am—the I that you claim…

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Published by admin on March 20, 2019


  You’re in pieces. Broken. A multiple of yourself. Your body, a lesson in mathematics. But a strange math: how do we get you back to 1 again? I never got to know you as 1, only multiples. Was your scream before or after the thump you made, colliding with the front of my car?…

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Published by admin on March 13, 2019

Exotic Erotic

  tongues pressed against our palates she sticky with dragon fruit me sticky with anticipation   her island, my bed writhing in cosmic, carnal undulation   each breathy exchange collapsing the 11 time zones between   1 x glorious 1   lingering and loitering in licentiousness both bodies and beings         follow me here…

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Published by admin on February 27, 2019

I’m Yours


Published by admin on February 16, 2019

My Yoga Teacher Flirt Fail—Lessons Learned

  So, I’ve had a crush on my yoga teacher for some time now. I did an unlimited month of yoga and was often at her class (purely coincidentally). But my month ended, and we all know my track record for committing to anything for too long. So, I’ve been cheating on yoga with CrossFit…

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Published by admin on February 14, 2019

It’s Valentine’s Day, I’m Single, and I Couldn’t Be Happier

  And if you believed that title… Let’s get real. Being single ain’t easy. You wake up each day, look in the mirror, and say to yourself, “Welp, nobody will be enjoying THIS today.” And as the days turn into years, you start to understand what it’s like to be a beautiful flower that no…

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Published by admin on February 7, 2019

Lean In

  When you ask me what I do, do you really want to know?   Because if you do, lean in, my friend, and I shall tell you.   It’s no secret, but life has taught me: in regard to “matters of consequence,” one should be discriminating— as not all are ready (or worthy) to…

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