Showing posts from July, 2006
So this chum of mine, for the first time in his life, is about to abandon glasses for contact lenses. During his last attempt to transition to contacts he'd view the world, with every blink, upside down — which, while kind of neat, was understandably disconcerting. Back then, apparently, contact lenses did not adjust to someone's particular astigmatism. But, as you know, technology marches on. Before now, this chum of mine only removed his glasses to sleep, to shower, and for sex. Clearly, before now, sex, for my chum, was inevitably something of a squirming pink blur; and, naturally, more a haptic experience than anything else. Then again, who knows, I may be in the minority when it comes to copulating (the precious few times that I have) in broad daylight or with the lights left on. This, mind you, is not necessarily a preference of mine; no, it is not as if I am afraid of the dark, and it is not as if I am concerned with misaiming at anything; it is simply how one thing has
...mind (and mine) observations descriptive of specific behavior, and, thus, representative of character...
"That's how complexes are created, out of structure." — Robert Downey Jr.
In particular, track 4: "Oh, Mary, Don't You Weep"
"...all deep, earnest thinking is but the intrepid effort of the soul to keep the open independence of her sea; while the wildest winds of heaven and earth conspire to cast her on the treacherous, slavish shore..." —Melville, Moby Dick
Whenever I used the African Princess's bathroom, she would always insist on having the faucet running for the duration of my tinkle. She would do likewise, whenever the urge to free herself from my groping and sucking clutches struck.
Somebody buy me a summer home in Antarctica for my birthday. Pretty pleeeeeasssseeee?
Currently suffering through yet another spell of possession-shedding. Fortunately, my room feels so much lighter for it.
She was an error I couldn't resist making ( love to ) .
I'm half-way to half-way there. That is, regarding completion of the novella's first draft.