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an ode, an exchange

April 25, 2007 1 comment

I’d pull the head of your cock out
through the opening in your shorts.
Pull it right to my mouth.

Suck and lick it softly; rubbing the precome
all over your shaft so it’s nice and slippery.
My tongue snaking in slow circles around the head,
while one hand squeezes near the base.

My lips slide over the head and my hand slides up,
still gripping firmly, thumb rubbing right below the head.
As I kiss your head.

Finally, I lower my mouth slowly,
covering your head
down the shaft
lips tight around your cock.

My tongue doesn’t stop moving
as you fill my mouth and throat
as your cock blocks off my air;

but I still keep taking you in as much as I can
before I have to withdraw to breathe
back and forth….

Sliding up and down,
drooling down your shaft,
covering it in slick saliva.

Squeeze my balls.

I reach down, cup them with one hand,
gently fondling them,
feeling them with my fingers.
They’re covered in saliva too.

I squeeze, gently
pull a little away from your body
all the while, still sliding up and down your shaft.

I reach with one finger, stroke gently but firmly,
in the crevice right behind your balls
up and down….
(I’ve heard that feels pretty good)

I can feel your cock pulsing and twitching
against the walls of my throat.
You’re coming; your hands grab the back of my head.
You thrust into my throat as you come

groaning,
I feel your come sliding down my throat,
hot and sticky.

Swallow it All of it.

It keeps coming;
your cock so far down my throat
I just keep swallowing and swallowing

Hold it in your mouth as it softens.

I stroke you with my tongue, gently.

Kiss it.

Close your eyes and rest there.

Shhh.

Mmmmm…

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Categories: sex, writing

Happy Earth Day

April 22, 2007 Leave a comment

And with the celebration of this planet we inhabit comes some disquieting news-of disappearing bees. Apparently it’s been noticed by beekeepers since last year, but is only now gaining more attention:

The alarm was first sounded last year, but has now hit half of all US states. The West Coast is thought to have lost 60 percent of its commercial bee population, with 70 percent missing on the East Coast.

CCD has since spread to Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Italy and Greece. And last week John Chapple, one of London’s biggest beekeepers, announced that 23 of his 40 hives had been abruptly abandoned.

They’re calling it Colony Collapse Disorder. I’ve been interested in bees and other social insects for most of my life, so this caught my eye. And there is one theory that ties the disappearance with cell phone use: namely, that the radiation interferes with the bees’ internal navigation systems, making them unable to find their hives and consequently dying.

Oh, most importantly, these are honeybees that are disappearing, the primary pollinator of just about every major crop we produce. So, important? I’d say so…

Categories: links, news

What I do

April 18, 2007 1 comment

Still no real desire to write here, but here’s something for your aural pleasure: cover songs by one xylopolist. That, and the Empire Records OST, are currently on repeat, as I often do for new favorites (I know, it annoys most everyone else).

Well, I’m in the mood to do some painting. With Gin Blossoms in the background…

Categories: ethereal

quiet

April 11, 2007 1 comment

I haven’t had much to say lately, and I miss writing, but I have been occupying my time doing projects and trying to stay active. To get out of this cage-like house (not the kind of cage I like!) whenever I can. I have been keeping my hands busier with painting, drawing, and with the vibrator (mmm…) than on the keyboard. I can feel it – that awakening energy that the winter-spring transition draws out of me. Dehibernation. The pure forward thrust into action.

I crave it!

Categories: ethereal, life, sundry

melanin timeline

April 5, 2007 1 comment

I was curious to see how much my skin color had changed over the course of my time in Costa Rica and the Caribbean, so I put some pictures side by side, chronologically. Unfortunately, it’s all different lighting, so it’s hard to say for certain. Still a bit of a change. The first picture was at the airport, first arriving at Costa Rica. The last was at Little Cayman Island.

I should continue the gradient, now that I’m getting lighter again.

Happy HNT!

[edit]: oh, and yes, that is a giant grasshopper in my hand in that second picture. Tropidacris cristata.

Categories: photos, travelog

dreams

April 3, 2007 1 comment
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xkcd: dreams
Categories: art, hope, humor, links, photos