Poem of the Week: ‘A Melding’ by Carolyn Chorley

A sigh, so delicate and tender That causes my soul to surrender A moan, so primal, so intense I swoon as it overcomes all sense.   A caress now softly gliding Over my feverish skin always sliding The passion builds and begs for release But the exquisite torture will not cease.   Twisting, turning, bodies…

An Open Letter to the United States

Dear United States, Hi, how are you? Been better? Sounds about right. My question for you today is very simple: how? How could you allow a man who openly admits to grabbing women by the pussy to run for President? How could you allow a man be seriously considered for such an important position when…

How to not be insensitive this Halloween

Halloween is just around the corner! And because I love dressing up and getting candy free of charge, I am very excited. Even though I’m not American (and not a kid anymore) I still love seeing all the spooky decorations and getting my outfit ready; costume parties are my jam. Halloween goes hand-in-hand with dressing…

Poem of the Week: ‘Enticement’ by Carolyn Chorley

I stand alone on a blanket of bleached white My skin on fire from frozen angel tears My eyes blinking against citreous light As the lure of true and righteous warmth nears.   Time has passed unnoticed in this cold void The icy hurricane shredding all hope and joy The desire for love, for salvation,…