Into the land of dreams I go, where phantom thoughts may be more important than the world as it is. Does belief supersede reality in our thinking, or do our beliefs really reflect what is truly within one another? Perhaps reality is a mingling of the inner and outer worlds, much like when lovers embrace. These seven short poems from a lesbian perspective look at love, lust, hatred, knowledge, rage, being, and love again. Several of the poems are erotic - adults only.
About the Author
When not writing, I can be found daydreaming in my sunroom or painting my partner's splendid toenails. I like to write poetry and fiction that either titillate, provoke, or both. Much of what I put to paper is based on my personal experience and private fantasies - it's hard to distinguish between the two, even for me. I have a sweet little cat I call Quigley, and she spends her time on my lap while I write. I don't know what matters more - our dreams, reality, or the transformation of dreams into reality. Quigley seems to know as she purrs away, but she can't say. That is why us humans spend so much time searching and creating - we want that elusive moment when our animal nature is in harmony with our intellects, and we can, for a moment, see through the eyes of the human animal. There is magic in the air all about us, if only we look for it. firstname.lastname@example.org