Joan Jett: I Hate Myself for Loving You Joan Jett I Hate Myself for Loving You


Power of Tides

While looking to the far horizon line I feel her coolness in my soul define The sweetness of love; in her hands my heart Is thus exposed to the power of tides And so, I watch another wave depart It carries my love to a distant shore Where she is waiting for the gentle kiss … Continue reading Power of Tides

Line by Line

The soft touch of her lover’s lips On her skin, his tongue slowly skips His hunger, her passion as one Defining love’s erotic fun Without words, with a metered beat Their verse inscribed in sexual feet A dance, a song, a poem found She drags her nails in the soft ground His mouth lingers in … Continue reading Line by Line

Severin’s Lament

Poet’s notes: Venus in Furs is an 1870 novella and part of Love, the first volume of the Legacy of Cain by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch. The character Severin von Kusiemski asks to be the slave of a woman he is infatuated with, encouraging her to treat him progressively in more degrading ways. Texte: I am … Continue reading Severin’s Lament

Feeding the Dog

As one-night stands go it had been uneventful, the sex had been good but nothing special. The usual alcohol-fuelled exchange of kisses that end up at her place with the rhythmic squeaking of the bed springs of mutual gratification. The usual Friday night for Brendan Terry. He had dozed after and now at 6am, he … Continue reading Feeding the Dog

Another Chance

The endless dreams of all that might have been In impossible wantings my mind has seen In empty words a hope of acceptance As eyes turn to look a different way A heart lost to the night of circumstance While broken promises destroy the dream And breathing becomes the worst kind of pain But tortured … Continue reading Another Chance