Mists Will Rise

Like dawn turning into day

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My first go at writing a Very Short Story, as per Being Blacksik’s meme: http://beingblacksilk.com/2014/02/12/very-short-stories/ Transcript:

"I’m tied up at work-" the voicemail cut off. Amy shrugged. So Dan’s PA couldn’t wait to get his pants off. Or maybe, it was a call for help. Maybe thugs robbed the place, demanded the safe combinations, cut off the call. But she knew it wasn’t the PA, wasn’t thugs. She licked her lips, savouring his taste. A night on his own would prove whose man he really was.

My first go at writing a Very Short Story, as per Being Blacksik’s meme: http://beingblacksilk.com/2014/02/12/very-short-stories/ Transcript:

"I’m tied up at work-" the voicemail cut off. Amy shrugged. So Dan’s PA couldn’t wait to get his pants off. Or maybe, it was a call for help. Maybe thugs robbed the place, demanded the safe combinations, cut off the call. But she knew it wasn’t the PA, wasn’t thugs. She licked her lips, savouring his taste. A night on his own would prove whose man he really was.

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New mission

Okay, decided what I’m going to be doing here. This is now going to be where I post or reblog images that inspire or resemble stories I’m writing or have written.

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schiavatrue:

vira-sana:

You are allowed to grieve the years you lost to mental illness. You’re allowed to be mad that it happened to you. You’re allowed to pine after the person you might have been had it been different. But don’t let that get in the way of your growing into your new self and following a wholly new path for your life.

I needed to see this.

More or less what I wrote about here

(Source: acheloi-s)

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It’s hard to imagine a “Men” section of the Telegraph (cue jokes that it’s everything bar the “Women” section) which has a sub-section titled “Sex” – and if it did, it would surely be tongue-in-cheek, given men and sex/sexuality are rarely taken seriously by the media; men often get painted as dirty, offensive or seedy when it comes to sex and are rarely seen to be interested in talking about it (as opposed to just doing it, which clearly women don’t partake in).
The Telegraph needs a non-sexist approach to promoting sex-ed (via sexisnottheenemy)

(via sexisnottheenemy)