Archive Monthly Archives: October 2018

The Lovers-Tree

“They talked all night, the hours passing unnoticed. In the morning, they knew they were in love. Hand in hand they walked out to the shore to watch the sunrise. The lemon fireball spread sky and sea with melting orange sorbet. Walking in the trees that lined the beach, they embraced. As they joined together, […]

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“Genuine Beauty” from “Remembering Eternity”

“Genuine beauty, though, transcends physical symmetry. A woman of purely physical beauty, the yearned-for, imitated, and drooled-over cover girl, that paragon of modern society’s hypnotic captivation by the perfect bone structure of the utterly inane, is attractive, but only to the sense of touch. Her body entices a man’s fingers and other appendages to contact […]

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