Sometimes, rabbit

Photo by Rafael Guajardo on Pexels.com Kissing one another Like gloves being turned inside out My fingers cast spells against your tender places Find the jewel there, polish it With caresses tender as Surgery Flowing from one state to another, The delightful rise of smoke Coming from the solidity Of my fingers against your flesh … Continue reading Sometimes, rabbit

In night’s bitter watches

Do not mistake My quiet for gentility My manners are camouflage To disguise the beast That lives beneath This skin I am capable Of the sweetest fury To extend the control I have To you. Pout and tell me how mean I am but I see the light in your eyes How you long for … Continue reading In night’s bitter watches

My Books

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Nothing Keeps Me Anywhere

A gripping tale of passion, redemption and secrets from the author of 51R and Lessons and Tests.John is a self-improvement coach giving a speech at a conference when he meets Andrea, an ambitious MMA fighter. When their passionate physical relationship leads to professional disaster for John, he finds a path to redemption through his involvement … Continue reading Nothing Keeps Me Anywhere

Nothing Keeps Me Anywhere eBook: Bliss, Dahlia: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store

Out now for Kindle in ebook. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08C7VRPF6 A gripping tale of passion, redemption and secrets from the author of 51R and Lessons and Tests.John is a self-improvement coach giving a speech at a conference when he meets Andrea, an ambitious MMA fighter. When their passionate physical relationship leads to professional disaster for John, he finds … Continue reading Nothing Keeps Me Anywhere eBook: Bliss, Dahlia: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store

Rain In The Afternoon

Photo by W R on Pexels.com She had been squalling all day. A quiet irritation and restlessness had lent an edge to her demeanour. He had noticed it as he put the cup of tea down on the table that it would build and burn her out, then exhaust her. He could ignore it, but … Continue reading Rain In The Afternoon