• Experience

    Does size really matter? (plus: poetry challenge continued…)

    Poetic Form: Limerick   A popular form in children’s verse, the limerick is often comical, nonsensical, and sometimes even lewd. The form is well known to generations of English-speaking readers, by way of Mother Goose nursery rhymes, first published in 1791. Composed of five lines, the limerick adheres to a strict rhyme scheme and bouncy rhythm, making it easy to memorize. Typically, the first two lines rhyme with each other, the third and fourth rhyme together, and the fifth line either repeats the first line or rhymes with it. The limerick’s anapestic rhythm is created by an accentual pattern that contains many sets of double weakly-stressed syllables. The pattern can…

  • Experience,  Opinion

    All-time Worst Swinger Ads

    Below, I have crafted a compilation of all the worst ads we have seen while perusing swingers personals.  Simply checking SLS and AFF (or better yet, Craigslist) is an evening’s worth of entertainment for us.  And yes, we’re that mean – we get a kick out of mocking other people’s poor spelling and grammar (not that I never make a mistake…but seriously – there is a limit).  The other fabulous part of these ads is the pictures.  Disembodied penises and boobs, close-ups of genitalia, scanned-in/grainy photos, Wal-mart family photos, and pictures that make it obvious the couple has no clue how to keep house or put shit away.  I have…

  • Experience

    Female Ejaculation – Yep, I can do that….

    Cick here for a great article from Jezebel.com about the topic of Female Ejaculation! A few years ago – I don’t even remember when the first time occurred – I had my first noticeable female ejaculation.  I don’t know what about that moment was different from any other moment in my sexual life that may have created the dynamic that made it possible for me to absolutely gush all over the sheets….but, it happened.  And since then, it’s happened a lot more frequently.  In truth, it’s only happened with my husband (what a trophy…he owns almost the sole rights to my waterfalls)…one other guy (I think)…and my own hand.  Oddly…

  • Photography,  Poetry

    Crotchless panties (tryptic) HNT, Reader’s POLL, and Haiku

    Crotchless panties are sold by the box-loads from all sorts of lingerie stores, but where did they come from?  Honestly, it isn’t really a sexy history.  Crotchless underwear (usually in the form of “bloomers”) were worn to facilitate “nature’s call”, back when undressing was too complicated a process to do it quickly enough to relieve one’s self.  As the “bloomer” shortened and tightened over the ages, and as clothing became less involved, the need for crotchless garments disappeared.  Of course, that doesn’t mean the desire for them followed. Now, they’re more of a novelty, and I suppose the pair in these photos was well worth the purchase.  Sex without them…

  • Experience,  Poetry

    Going Down on Girls

    Poetic Form:  The Haibun Examples of the form. Going Down on Girls The first time I went down on a girl, our husbands were watching.  I’m sure they were both smiling as wide as the horizon in a desert — red, swollen with heat, and seemingly endless.  The problem was, I couldn’t find her clitoris.  And it isn’t like I wouldn’t know where to find it…that tender little nub of sensory perfection — I find mine on a daily basis.  No, it just didn’t seem to be there.  What does a girl do with a flat…or, dare I say, concave pleasure button?  As my tongue licked blind figure eights in…

  • Experience

    Can the moon affect your sex drive?

    So, you may have noticed that I haven’t been posting much lately. Well, to get personal (we can do that here, right?), I just haven’t been “feelin’ it lately. My mojo seems to be on vacation. And apparently, it may have been swept away with the moon. I don’t know about you, but I definitely notice the effect the moon phases have on my mood.  And it’s pretty common knowledge that women tend to “set their clocks” by the moon.  So, I suppose it makes perfect sense that our energy levels and sex drive would follow the same path. According to one website I visited: · Estrogen levels rise with…

  • Poetry

    Night Shift

    Poetic Form: Ghazal   The ghazal is composed of a minimum of five couplets—and typically no more than fifteen—that are structurally, thematically, and emotionally autonomous. Each line of the poem must be of the same length, though meter is not imposed in English. The first couplet introduces a scheme, made up of a rhyme followed by a refrain. Subsequent couplets pick up the same scheme in the second line only, repeating the refrain and rhyming the second line with both lines of the first stanza. The final couplet usually includes the poet’s signature, referring to the author in the first or third person, and frequently including the poet’s own name…

  • Poetry

    Lost and Found

    Poetic Form: Found Poem Found poems take existing texts and refashion them, reorder them, and present them as poems. The literary equivalent of a collage, found poetry is often made from newspaper articles, street signs, graffiti, speeches, letters, or even other poems. A pure found poem consists exclusively of outside texts: the words of the poem remain as they were found, with few additions or omissions. Decisions of form, such as where to break a line, are left to the poet.  *So this is how it’s gonna work (feel free to try this one on yourself sometime). I’ve done found poems quite a few times using magazines. The idea is…

  • Poetry

    Letter to My Lover

    Poetic Form: Epistle (with the added bonus of stanzas written in Haiku)   Epistolary poems, from the Latin “epistula” for “letter,” are, quite literally, poems that read as letters. As poems of direct address, they can be intimate and colloquial or formal and measured. The subject matter can range from philosophical investigation to a declaration of love to a list of errands, and epistles can take any form, from heroic couplets to free verse. A Letter to My Lover The smell of your sex,like perfume, lingers on skin,so tangibly thick. Each fingerprint bruisedinto the surface of my fleshreminds me of night. The heavy pipe smokehas saturated my hairand pools in…

  • Poetry

    Yes

    Hallelujah…it’s my 100th post!  Excuse me while I pour a celebratory glass of wine. Now, continuing on with my self-imposed poetry challenge… The cinquain, also known as a quintain or quintet, is a poem or stanza composed of five lines. Examples of cinquains can be found in many European languages, and the origin of the form dates back to medieval French poetry.  The most common cinquains in English follow a rhyme scheme of ababb, abaab or abccb. Yes It is cradled within the curve of your cheek,nestled between your lips,a rising vibration unable to keepquiet, as tiny tendrils of electricity spread upward toward your hips;so unendurable, the little death rips…

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