Monthly Archives: August 2016

Lagertha…

Her Shieldmaidens flank her every step as she surges to the front Each challenger is met with the edge of her blade She cuts cleanly severs limb from body flesh from bone Blood like hot warpaint stains her face and … Continue reading

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Visiting a Ghost…..

Originally posted on My Sword and Shield….:
New Orleans is my City. She is my Mistress and My Home. I love her as much as it is possible for any human to love where they come from. She has Style…

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Redline…

My heart races at 3000 rpms mixing oxygen with her pheromones warm blood flooding like liquid fire just underneath my skin a raging tempest willing flesh responds to the sight of her gas pedal smashed to the floor of my … Continue reading

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The Fisherman’s Wife…

The fisherman’s wife was so fair from her stormy eyes to her auburn hair She loved a man who was blind handsome of face strong and kind They lived together by the sea with the wind and the waves and … Continue reading

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Frailty…

frailty? not in her breast where her heart shines like a thousand suns iron and steel dwell in these hands that touch my tattered soul with the grace of an angel’s feather in the union of our kiss Acropolean Marble … Continue reading

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Lost Fairy…part 2…

In answer to Nathalie’s story which can be found here  “LOST FAIRY “ It drifted to her ears like soft music it seemed Perhaps it was an illusion? maybe something she dreamed? Then suddenly, She saw it The source of … Continue reading

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Kamiko…

There are black opals set into the gilded wood of the Emperor’s throne They do not shine like her eyes When they look at me in the early dawn The stone of the mountain does not contain the strength I … Continue reading

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Restoration…

She has a voice to pierce the darkened wall around my heart a guardian star that wraps me in her warmth and her light and in these precious moments when she lingers if only for a little while does she … Continue reading

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Greener fields of May…

The November snow dusted the pines like powdered sugar Her feet, cold standing on the frozen hillside wrapped tight in the frigid air like a chain of razor blades the wind dipped the frosted crowns of the trees these, mourners … Continue reading

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In faded Chantilly Lace…

The air lays heavy like a wool blanket soaked in boiling water it covers the Vieux Carre and the small cafe where I sit back to the street at the table near the post that holds up the awning the … Continue reading

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