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"The truth will set you free. But not until it is finished with you." 'Infinite Jest', David Foster Wallace

'Are we awake?'

If you like it simple. If you like it apple pie, boil-in-the-bag, red ribbon-wrapped, clean until the squeak hurts your ears, 'here's one we made earlier', one-size-fits-all, ignite on the first strike, hello-goodbye, Capital 'S' simple, then the truth may hurt. Maybe a little too much. You will never find me as you left me.

'Am I too old to be this stoned?'

I am 44, but not for long. I am contented but not happy. I am a mess of contradictions in a world seeking symmetry and neat straight lines.

I live in Germany, but I am not German, much as I live in the world but am not of it. And, no: I am not 'in the military'. Not every non-German is here living in barracks and doing forced marches at 6am, you know! If you ask me things such as 'What brought you here today?' I will answer 'The internet'. No, I realise that this is not 'sharp' but I can be serrated at times.

'Was it your breasts from the start? They played a part.'

Well, as it seems to be a topic of interest for many at Lush, and as I get tired of groaning so often, 36C. And if that is your only interest, my suggestion is to move along quietly. Ask again and I will send you to the dungeon of lost souls.

I do not like rules but I have a few where chat is concerned. Ultimately they reveal more about you than they do about me. I have realised that people are always willing to complain where profile information is concerned: they complain when you do not have a 'full' profile, and they complain when your profile is 'too long' and for that reason they are not willing, or able, to read it.

In terms of personal chat room 'rules' I simply ask that you do not whisper me without asking beforehand. If you do so I will either ignore it, or reply in the open after opening the whisper up. If you continue to do it after that, I will simply send you to my dungeon of lost souls with no further warning and, as my dungeon already has more captives than it was built for, I would appreciate you not adding to the number. It has also proved a useful answer to drama, as well as for those who say, or post, unpleasant things.

So where to now?

I enjoy reading the stories here, and I have also contributed one or two of my own. Every story tells a picture - at least in your mind, so the willing will always learn a little about me from the dark fruit of my imagination, if they are willing enough.

My favourite writer at Lush is, by far and away, Vanessa26. What do I like about her writing? It is real, passionate, and drills down deep. In a vanilla world, V26 is the explosion in the ice-cream factory.

'I wasn't told you'd be this cold.'

My coldness has undoubtedly cost me, in one particular way and with one particular, special person above all, but it has also protected me, mainly from my own folly. It is a bitter irony. if I could have changed it, I would. I do not say my way is the right way, but it is the only way I know, and it is too late to change now.

That said, I have had two (and some loose change) very happy years with the closest friend anyone could have here, and I miss that person incredibly. 'I've been so worried 'bout you lately'.

Smoke gets in your eyes, but only people make you cry.

'And now it's my time to depart, unless there's a change of heart.'

Maybe just a small one, then.

I appreciate intelligence, politeness, a sense of humour, and I always respect those who are willing to overlook what often appears to be something of an abrasive shell in order to discover what is underneath. You may like it and you may not.

The truth will set you free.

But not until it is finished with you.

Name:
claire2013
Sex:
Female 
Local Time:
29 Mar 2017 00:09
Interests:
I adore erotica: literature, imagery, the sensual. I do not particularly like graphic depictions of sex, preferring instead subtle suggestion which the imagination can play with in whichever way it chooses.

I love reading, music and, as I once said, chasing my own imagination.
Favorite Books:
'Candide' and anything at all from the keyboard of David Foster Wallace
Favorite Movies:
1408, Serendipity, The Raven, Identity and anything involving John Cusack
As Good As It Gets
Seven Years In Tibet
The Prestige
Favourite TV Shows:
I don't watch television, ever, although I often watch re-runs of British and US comedy programmes via the internet: anything from b/w to the present day.
Favorite Music:
Keane,
Ryan Adams,
The 1975
Anouk is now climbing the charts.

Peter Gabriel - Solsbury Hill, In Your Eyes
Lou Gramm - Midnight Blue, Just Between You And Me
The Smiths - Panic, Bigmouth Strikes Again
Judie Tzuke - Ladies Night
Pearl Jam - Alive
Jupiter Jones - Still
Silbermond - Leichtes Gepaeck
The Jam - The Bitterest Pill
Thin Lizzy - Don't Believe A Word, Dancing In The Moonlight
Fleetwood Mac - Gold Dust Woman, Never Going Back Again
Stevie Nicks - A Long Way To Go
Paul Weller - The Changingman
Suzanne Vega - Left of Center
John Mellencamp - Suzanne and the Jewels, Human Wheels
Roachford - Cuddly Toy
Jarabe de Palo - Grita, Dos Dias En La Vida
Focus - Sylvia
Duran Duran - Save A Prayer, Come Undone
Sweet - Love Is Like Oxygen
Joy Division - Love Will Tear Us Apart, Dead Souls
Boston - Don't Look Back, You Gave Up On Love, I Had A Good Time
Paula Cole - Tiger
Talking Heads - Life During Wartime
Kate Bush - Cloudbusting
Zucchero - Senza Una Donna
Shawn Colvin - When You Know
Nena & Kim Wilde - Irgendwie, Irgendwo, Irgendwann
Depeche Mode - Policy of Truth
Rush - Time Stand Still
Sting - Fragile, Fortress Around Your Heart, Desert Rose
Matchbox 20 - 3am
George Michael - Amazing
France Gall -Ella, Elle l'a, Babacar
The Killers - When You Were Young
Dire Straits - Lady Writer, Skateaway, Tunnel of Love
Imany - Silver Lining (Clap Your Hands)
Robin Schulz - Sugar
Mark Knopfler - What It Is
The Seekers - I'll Never Find Another You
Phil Collins - Against All Odds
Evanescence - Tourniquet
Walking On Cars - Catch Me If You Can
Yes - Walls, Changes
Genesis - Many Too Many
Take That - Patience
The Beatles - Revolution
Simon & Garfunkel - Kathy's Song
Crowded House - Instinct
10,000 Maniacs - These Are Days
Rainbow - I Surrender
Foreigner - The Beat Of My Heart, Out Of The Blue
Manic Street Preachers - Autumnsong, If You Tolerate This
Pulp - Common People
Aztec Camera - Somewhere In My Heart

If I like it, I like it. It is that simple.

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Paloma (from 'Light and Dark')

“ People can commit many sins. But the most grievous sins of all are the sins of not knowing your true self, and even worse, of fearing it. ” Dr Sandor Kardos Part One: Dr Kardos The unexpected arrival, nine months previously, of an itinerant Hungarian psychologist had produced an unfamiliar mélange of suspicion and curiosity among the inhabitants of Puente de Almas, a...

Added 20 Mar 2015 | Category Supernatural | Votes 17 | Avg Score 4.94 | Views 2,202 | 10 Comments

Recommended Read Beginnings: Chapter 1 - Veronica

The easiest decision of my life had been to undertake a law degree; the most difficult had become deciding what to do with it. In spite of three years of relentless study, locked away in a law library with little on my mind beyond the obsessive desire to obtain a first class honours degree, when I eventually achieved that ambition I realized that I had no real idea what to do next. It was...

Added 16 Mar 2015 | Category Lesbian | Votes 65 | Avg Score 4.98 | Views 14,131 | 52 Comments

A Box For Lydia

Lydia stepped out of the shower cubicle, leaving the foaming traces of her day to drain and dissipate in the humid silence. She wound a wide, white towel tightly around herself and moved through to her living room, leaving glassy footprints behind her on the dark wood floor. The letting agency had described the apartment as ‘cosy’. Lydia would have described it as claustrophobic. She found...

Added 02 Jan 2015 | Category Oral Sex | Votes 33 | Avg Score 4.84 | Views 5,199 | 24 Comments

Recommended Read Sarah

Sarah had been in Paris for some six months when, out of the blue, I received a call from her asking if she could come and stay with me at my apartment in Rome for a week or two. Of course I said yes. I had not seen Sarah since we left college in Chicago three years previously and went our separate ways. She, with the ultimate aim of becoming a writer, went to work for a small publishing...

Added 01 Jan 2015 | Category Lesbian | Votes 38 | Avg Score 5 | Views 10,066 | 32 Comments

Adagio

I move within the light and shade, Drawn deep within the dark displayed Within words wild, unharnessed, penned By the low bell. And we to the dream descend Like lovers, dark and formless, who ever need The sudden kiss of rod and reed. And then, the bitter, silent freeze That seals our souls. By slow degrees A silence falls, a void remains. Sweet poison flowing in our veins. ...

Added 31 Dec 2014 | Category Love Poems | Votes 9 | Avg Score 5 | Views 894 | 9 Comments

Hielo

A few months after the German occupation of France in June 1940, Emilio Vargas, an émigré carpenter of Andalusian heritage who had moved to Carcassone in the early 1930s to seek work, decided to return to Spain with his French wife of two years, Elise, who was then eight months pregnant with their first child. Under cover of darkness, in late November 1940, they left their home and made...

Added 30 Dec 2014 | Category Straight Sex | Votes 19 | Avg Score 4.89 | Views 2,362 | 18 Comments

Staccato

It is the perfect echo of that day. Leaves on the lawn, gold and green. They lie where they fall, rich and restive, kissed by a cooling sun. Bare branches are once more braced against the snap. The world is huddling into itself. Warm breath finds cool air. An ice-blue sky with the flavour of mint. All is texture. Time is a flywheel whirring in reverse, whistling softly. Today I will take...

Added 26 Dec 2014 | Category Lesbian | Votes 13 | Avg Score 5 | Views 4,074 | 12 Comments

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Annalise and Daniel have been married for six years but now she is alone again, as she has been so many times before, her wine-washed thoughts tumbling like kaleidoscope colours in a long, hollow chamber. She looks across the table to the chair he deserted over three hours ago, and reflects on the marriage he deserted long before that. The clock on the wall is whispering; a gentle ticking...

Added 20 Dec 2014 | Category Lesbian | Votes 25 | Avg Score 4.91 | Views 6,531 | 17 Comments

Awakening

Sweet aromas of love, air scented, another world Wild thoughts move in the heart of the girl, And slowly awaken what lies beneath a surface tense With heart-whispered, soft-petal promises. Carried to this early morning moment On the white-winged breath of an easy dream, Heaven-given, heaven-sent. She is here. I will touch, I will sense, in angelic time, Her heart, my heart....

Added 07 Dec 2014 | Category Love Poems | Votes 13 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,461 | 16 Comments

Sisters Of Eden

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Added 15 Apr 2015 | Category Lesbian | Votes 39 | Avg Score 4.95 | Views 13,063 | 27 Comments

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