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Changes


I spent so long writing about my pain, loss, and sadness when it changed I just stopped writing. I’m not sure I can write about the happy this. Yes I have happy times, happy memories, even happy days. But how

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Posted in Rant, Story

Unmasking


I cry her tears To hide her pain I mask my fears Projecting societies shame She lives in me A prisoner of no crime Almost free Soon it will be time I can rest at last For she will be

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Posted in Poem

Phoenix Love


Of you, I remember Lavender filled the air Our first date I washed your hair. I remember your body A taste from head to toe Glistening with oil As you begged me not to go. I remember your smile Madness

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Posted in Ducky, Poem

Transgender Visibility Day 2018


Posted March 31, 2018 to my Facebook page… I have never publicly made a big deal about my sex or my gender, as what I am isn’t up for debate. My biological make up is what it is and no

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Howling


Though we howl in sadness now, the time for the wild rumpus will come back, and we will once again howl for glory and pleasure.   Remembering this and waiting is the hard part. – Chas Harold

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Posted in Poem

True Friends


“True Friends” By Chas Harold Based on “True” by Spandau Ballet (Ha-ha-ha, ha-ah-hi) (Ha-ha-ha, ha-ah-hi) So true Funny how it seems Some are on time, carrying their toys and creams Taking coats and pouring drinks Sharing our love and our

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Posted in Music

He Left Again


The invitation was sent a party for two Spent my time getting ready a hot bath in a deep tub I was all in red and he wore black he kissed my tear stained cheek The gentleness of his kiss

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Posted in Poem