A Simple Lust

A simple lust
Is all I yearn for:
Just for me to be
In the sweet here and now
With you in mind as well in heart
A desperate anguish in
Love’s deepest well,
I seek to die for
Slowly and steady as a stabbing knife
Extinguish this love I have carried for you all these centuries
Let it scatter with the wind
And be gone from this world into the beyond.

A nightingale she was
Singing aloud to my soul:
“How far would you go,”
She asked me, “Till you accomplish
That treasure that you seek?”
Mesmerised and spellbound
Was I, as I soared
Through winter’s age
Searching for a love
That knows no pain.


Let’s Do It in the Shower

I want to do it in the shower

Let’s do if while standing

Let me lift you higher

Feel the water splash all over

Grip me tighter

Hook your knees, jerk your hips




Call out my name

I’ll do the same

While we grind slowly

Rock gently

And then when we’re done

I’m going to do it again.

Sex with gods


It feels as if a giant weight has lifted from my shoulders. I know now I’ve been writing this love letter to you for such a long time — all my heart and life, every word I can summon, I pour — never will it be enough to account my feelings towards you.

Once there was darkness. Paradise, I fear. Then a spark happened through time. In the warmth of your light, darkness fled the scene.


My hand rubs over your skin. My torso caresses your tits. Your hip part ways.

The river runs towards the sea. The sea crashes into the ocean. Your feet encircle me. Your lips kiss the exposed part of my neck. We are Adam and Eve naked on a sea of grass — God is watching somewhere, taking notes; so, too, animals in the garden.

Feel my hardness. Nibble on my ear as I push into you.

Aahhhhhh . . . The moon, the stars, the planets — they all align in this sublime moment. Slowly we dance. We dance the tango . . . You rake my shoulders with your nails. Our teeth gnash as we kiss, grind, toss and climax against each other.

There is no denying. You are my Nehfretiti.

I am your Ramses.

This is how gods mate.



One day, and it is coming,

Just like the northern strong winds

I will become old and grey

Skin shrivelled and brain senile

Sitting often with a mug of tea in hand

And reminisce more about the past:

Did I love you enough?

Did I play with the kids often?

Did we smile and laugh a lot?

Just as we were there to bury our Dead

When we too become dead

Who will pick up the burden to bear?

So many questions

My mind grows weary with fear

This cup of tea is getting warm

Like me seated here by the fireplace alone

While outside it has started to snow.

Drink Coffee 

You were there when I needed a friend

You’ve been there

Through sunshine, heartbreaks and stress

I’ve got you on my mind

Like migraine with no end

Just when I feel the rain 

Getting ready to ruin my day

I drink coffee

And I feel better again!

Walking on the Beach


Walking the beach alone by myself

Listening to the cursing wind

The sea beyond crashing like tea leaves

Wondering what all of it means

Is there a riddle to where the sea and sky meet?

I don’t know but would someone tell me, please.


Strolling, skipping over these wet sands

Huddled, the wind attempts ripping me off my jacket

Alone.  There’s no one to see for miles, no rocks no sand castle

Lay in sight.  Nothing but distant memories

Of what could be, once was, or never will

There’s just me throwing stones out to sea.


I hear you speak: your voice so faint in the wind

You pleaded with me to stay

Stay, don’t walk away

Here on this white landscape there is no hiding place

No past, no future, or forever more

Just you talking in my ear, walking alone on this strip of beach.