About LYFBUZ

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Sometimes crazy, sometimes introspective, I adore women which has led to many adventures and a few misadventures...I question authority, mostly respectfully....I am a terrible friend who rarely posts on walls and I disappear for months at a time. You will find me most often posting smart ass remarks in forums. I'm open to emails and chat requests but prefer to carry on one conversation at a time, would rather focus on one person and I suck at multi-tasking. So if I tell you I am busy please don't be offended, I can always email you later.
If commenting on my stories please be honest, I'm learning. Comments, good or bad, will help me improve!
Guess I should mention I don't post my picture on Lush for professional reasons. I have trouble sitting still, daydream constantly and have an insatiable curiosity...I seem to be one of the few people on the planet who doesn't own a personal cell phone...I'm a bad boy with clever charm. Don't say I didn't warn you.

Name:
LYFBUZ the GOOD
Sex:
Male 
Sign:
Gemini
Relationship Status:
It's Complicated
Orientation:
Straight
Location:
wandering..., Ontario, Canada
Local Time:
11 Dec 2017 15:50
Interests:
the power of words and imagination, fitness, bright blue skies and rainy Sundays, drums (the heartbeat of the earth) books, music, cycling, paddling (kayaks!) and women. I genuinely adore women, their mystery and differences.
Favorite Books:
Les Miserables, Huckleberry Finn, Peter Pan, Anna Karenina, Early from the Dance, Catcher in the Rye, Under the Dome, The Boy in The Blue-Striped Pyjamas, I'll read just about anything even total crap just to see if it gets better...I have a vast book collection on a broad variety of subjects...bet I have a book that will change your life...
Favorite Authors:
Chekhov, Dickens, Robert L. Stevenson, Victor Hugo, Guy de Maupassant, Mark Twain, Carl Hiassen, Elmore Leonard, Bill Watterson (Calvin & Hobbes cartoonist...says more in 4 panels than I can write in a year), Robert Frost, Stephen King, Stieg Larsson, Basho
Favorite Movies:
Prefer European movies over Hollywood but a good American blow 'em up movie is always entertaining, James Bond (Connery but that Daniel Craig is giving him a run), Love Actually, Slumdog Millionaire, hmmm I can't think of any more...I haven't watched a whole movie in ages
Favourite TV Shows:
TV? I disconnected more than 2 years ago...I don't miss it all
Favorite Music:
classic rock, a good torch song, not a big fan of rap/hip hop but I keep an open mind, Gregorian chants, in no particular order: Waterboys, old U2, Stones, Doors, Pink Floyd, Adele, Green Day, Guns n Roses, Dire Straits, Neil Young, Hendrix, Lykke Li, John Coltrane, Mazzy Star, REM, Rush, Who, Lady Gaga (perhaps more for attitude than her music), John Lee Hooker, Matthew Good Band, treble charger, Headstones, Bedouin Soundclash, hell all kinds of stuff...

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Topic: Let's have some fun. The person above you, are they naughty or nice?
Posted: 10 Dec 2017 20:27

Smoocher? Nice guy but I suspect a lifetime of naughtiness

Topic: Am I normal if I've never squirted and think it's scary/gross?
Posted: 10 Dec 2017 10:30

Based on my experience I'd say its far more normal to not squirt as that's been a pretty rare occurrence in my experience. As for what turns you on/off or grosses you out its all a pretty personal thing and I wouldn't worry about it in the least.
I've been known to make women cry for reasons I often don't understand...before during and after sex...I don't overthink it...

Topic: Putting Black Men in the Narrative.
Posted: 10 Dec 2017 10:01

Some of the easiest to find and more reflective, is poetry. Some great creative minds have worried in that area. Even start with Song lyrics.... wide open, easy to access and reasonably short for small group work.

Careful in your efforts to "pick out" what you think they want or should read in considering where they are or come from. I tend to resent that greatly, when others "don't know me".

I was thinking about poetry and music too but shied away thinking that current day content might just reinforce stereotypes and the same circle of disadvantage. Not sure "Smack Da Bitch Up" is a helpful choice but then I'm just a dumbass whiteboy. But weekender makes a great point about trying to "pick out" what they want or should read. I'm thinking along the lines of derailing the current education process that leaves minorities with no relevant point of reference. Some great suggestions here btw, thanx to everyone for helping me build my own reading list.
You may want to include the poetry of Gil Scott Heron, often referred to as the Godfather of Rap. My fav is " Whitey on the Moon " where he describes the black experience but hey its all good bc we got a man on the moon. The concept still resonates today as we funnel billions in to government programs while kids don't have the basic necessities.
Another thought would be to include books from a broad variety of non-black writers/characters. In one book I read the teacher was trying to engage a black student using Othello which of course worked in the book but may not in reality. You never know, maybe a book by a Japanese writer will spark a lifelong interest in books.
I'm also wondering if you are thinking of linking reading to creative writing; taking what they read and using it to express themselves?



Topic: Putting Black Men in the Narrative.
Posted: 09 Dec 2017 19:56

Interesting topic Rachel. I think both statements hold true for black men and probably to most if not all disadvantaged groups. The ability to read and write opens so many doors of opportunity.
I came across a great read called "The Spook Who Sat By the Door" by Sam Greenlee that might be interesting. Its about a black CIA guy who builds a network of black gang members to derail the establishment. May not be suitable reading for your audience but who knows. There are a ton of inspirational black writers out there, Mandela, Maya Angelou, Dick Gregory for starters.
I'm really interested to hear what other say about this.

Topic: The Shard-o-verse
Posted: 09 Dec 2017 16:16

Okay, I now have every Shard still on Lush in my sig line (I haven't actually published it yet, as I am awaiting verification on the latest one, so if it is overwhelmingly long, I will just use my faves).

The are in rough chronological order for the first 10 or so (the v.2 Shards), after which it all goes to hell.

There are eight Shards no longer on Lush: Elevation, Fire and Ice, Buttons, Morning Light, Mindful, The Razor Thin Edge, Business Casual and Reruns. They are pretty much my faves, and I pulled them off Lush to try to get them published in online/print mags. Sold three so far: Elevation, Buttons, and The Razor Thin Edge. The other five are out, breathlessly awaiting approval or rejection, anxiously awaiting their fates. Sorta like sending your kids off to college and out into the real world. At least, I think so, I an still a few years from experiencing that.




Congrats Verbal! Significant accomplishment but not really a surprise given the quality of the Shards. Hoping you see all your favs published!!!

Topic: RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted: 09 Dec 2017 16:11

Champagne please Mr Rumple and keep it coming, drinks are on me. Make sure the beauty on the throne gets the first flute.
Victory is sweet indeed, as Toronto FC defeats Seattle to win the MLS Cup.

FINAL
Toronto FC 2
Seattle Sounders 0

Topic: I AM
Posted: 09 Dec 2017 16:04

I AM well pleased that Toronto FC just won the MLS Cup spanking the Seattle Sounders 2 - 0.

Topic: COFFEE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted: 09 Dec 2017 11:15

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Topic: What's for dinner tonight?
Posted: 09 Dec 2017 11:10

Huge bowl of homemade chili with fresh garlic bread.

Topic: What do you do to stay fit?
Posted: 09 Dec 2017 11:02

I chase women. Perhaps one day I will catch one.

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Tomorrows

It was just a fragment of time Much like any other Carnal longing consumed our thoughts And left us melted to inaction   I thought I saw a hint of invitation Glowing in the corner of your smile But I was so oblivious Lost in my shimmery world of you   That I forgot The moment lost Cast like fountain coins Or those down wishing wells   Buts that’s ok, It’s best that way The...

Added 11 Nov 2017 | Category Love Poems | Votes 12 | Avg Score 5 | Views 422 | 11 Comments

Recommended Read Applied Literature

Tiffany Myles. Pop Star. Her fame based more on clever marketing of her saccharine image than on her actual talent. I had been assigned to write her autobiography. She was twenty-three. I had contemplated telling my publisher to jam it but after my latest Vegas adventure, I needed the money. Twenty-three. For fuck’s sake. At thirty-four I had minimal tolerance for pop tarts or their...

Added 01 Oct 2017 | Category Anal | Votes 29 | Avg Score 4.89 | Views 4,986 | 22 Comments

The Exquisite Consequence of Desire

Your smile always shatters me A million shards of longing The unbearable desolation Of your absence soon forgotten   Vanished to your incandescent kiss Oh! How you fill this emptiness Your beauty is dark sorcery Let loose chaotic ecstasy   The devil’s smoulder in your eyes Unspoken invitation Your touch ignites exquisite ache Silk whispers, captivation   Tonight you are...

Added 02 Apr 2017 | Category Love Poems | Votes 34 | Avg Score 4.94 | Views 871 | 32 Comments

Recommended Read Katy And The Canadian

My name is Katy. I’m from a small New England town where my family has lived for centuries. My father is the town banker, my mother the volunteer who drives everyone crazy with her strident manner. Describing my family as starchy would be putting it mildly and my childhood was quite strict. My parents were very controlling although I love them both dearly. I like to think I’m kind of...

Added 02 Nov 2015 | Category Lesbian | Votes 37 | Avg Score 4.97 | Views 13,996 | 26 Comments

I Help You Out of Your Dress

I stepped into the room; you stood there in a short, black silk dress that fit you like a suggestion, accentuating every captivating curve. I stood for a moment and simply watched you, admiring your stunning beauty. The thin straps of your dress had already fallen from your delicate shoulders, leaving them bare… You smiled, that perfect smile that never fails to set my heartbeat faster....

Added 01 Mar 2015 | Category Flash Erotica | Votes 14 | Avg Score 5 | Views 4,899 | 16 Comments

Glass

I’m a pretty quiet guy. Somewhat stealthy you might say. I tend to enter a room soundlessly. Subconsciously I suspect I’m secretly hoping to catch someone up to mischief. Consciously, I know damn well…I’m really hoping for a glimpse of naked flesh. Don’t look at me like that. I know you have the same little secret, don’t you? Last week we were supposed to get hit with a major snowstorm here...

Added 22 Feb 2015 | Category Toys | Votes 13 | Avg Score 5 | Views 6,786 | 10 Comments

The Empty Shape of You

In you I always lost myself but I never knew A heart could turn to blackened dust and I’d be losing you The feather touch of memories that swirl around my head And there’s an empty shape of you lying in my bed Where once our hearts were synchronized Our promises were atomized A love that turned to empty words When once your voice was all I heard Our fingers...

Added 05 Sep 2016 | Category Love Poems | Votes 23 | Avg Score 5 | Views 833 | 20 Comments

Pink Lipstick

Pink Lipstick I twist your hair around my wrist And slowly push you to your knees Firelight dancing in your eyes We both know what you need My thumb traces your pink lipstick You tremble but don’t speak You want to hide your hunger But you’re betrayed, by nipples peaked Straining forward anxiously Rough ropes about your wrists I raise an eyebrow slowly There’s something you...

Added 12 Nov 2016 | Category Erotic Poems | Votes 22 | Avg Score 5 | Views 854 | 17 Comments

The Girl Who Stopped the Hourglass

I first saw you walking away Left me staring in your wake Didn’t even know your name And you were off to FLA Cascade of hair that hid your face Where you stood just empty space Scent that lingered, captivation Or was it my imagination? Easter weekend then I knew This fool, I should have followed you Instead of words, I hesitate Sometimes tomorrow is too late ...

Added 11 Feb 2015 | Category Love Poems | Votes 21 | Avg Score 4.84 | Views 1,420 | 20 Comments

Lost Chord

Lost Chord Chord Listen to the notes Played by the rain Our love, sweet music In each other’s arms we lay Her silken curves remind Of the rhythmic melody Our escalating touch plays out Heart pounding symphonies Movement, grace, serenity A moonlight sonata Feeding song in to my soul Endless passionata She is my orchestra Soundscapes of sensation ...

Added 17 Feb 2013 | Category Love Poems | Votes 18 | Avg Score 4.94 | Views 1,902 | 12 Comments

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