Monthly Archives: January 2013

Him

I am small like a child, wet face pressed against a massive chest. His arms crush me gently, wrap me in a shroud of sinew and bone as the smell of bourbon and musk fills my nostrils. His breath feathers lightly … Continue reading

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self/discipline

Spare the rod and spoil my inner child; left unchecked, my psyche will run wild. Know thyself, I say, with tongue in cheek. Me and Id, we’re anything but meek.   Copyright © 2013 by Christopher Chaffin – All rights … Continue reading

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master/piece

She moves him ‘round the chess board, dodging bishops, pawns and rooks. She coaxes him from square to square without a second look. The white knight cannot catch him. Piece by piece, the foe now yields. Her king is safe; … Continue reading

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