Monthly Archives: September 2016

cold flesh on hot – how the forest burns

Humour pi quarters infinite trail of… from the missing piece the hoops I jump through to avoid exercise… grammar’s a liar she lies in bed comma-toes what big teeth she has! but for a teddy bare Miscellaneous crush – … Continue reading

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Public Exhibition

in parks they exulted in greenery proclaiming their love of the scenery in twosomes or threes they hid behind trees indulging in all sorts of venery

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Cinderella’s Cautious Heart

“O beauty nameless, dance with me there’s none as fair as you I like my women razor-thin I love an ingénue I have a fetish for high heels a lust for bare feet too” “Oh Sir, your words are flattery … Continue reading

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ice-blue eyes

Originally posted on Dragonscale Clippings:
lone woman warrior lost, confused rider tangled hair, ice-blue eyes longsword, potato peeler to recover her memories clarity pyramid © Freya Pickard 2016 As I announced yesterday, my novel, Dragonscale Leggings, has finally been launched as…

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Refusing the Veil

Veiled Feminism? I saw a video the other day, in the form of a gifset on Tumblr. The phrase that resonates most with people is, “the liberation lies in the choice.” It’s a noble sentiment. People should be free to … Continue reading

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Picture, if you will, two women walking side-by-side, perhaps even hand-in-hand, along the edge of the beach where it meets the city. It is a sunny day, warm without being too warm, and there is a lazy breath of wind … Continue reading

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