Poem: MILFS and Cougars

Older women had the wisdom stolen from them of true maturity which doesn’t exploit the innocence of youth. Wise women are unsung heroines stronger than most. They’re not the predators perverse of media slogans. Mrs. Robinson’s curse programmed us to perceive older women as lusty abusers who take advantage of young men’s naïveté. The term,…

Poem:Watching the “Age of Innocence” decades later

Michelle Pffeifer Your hair is a sunlit halo Your face is porcelain skin Your lips are pillowed flowers opened Your eyes wide set twin lakes glistening Your nose is a sculptured rose Your brows arch as beacons The celluloid vision of you in eternal youth from the Age of Innocence where you embodied fireplace and…

Degradation Disguised as Liberation: Part Two: Classy Exposure

“We’re very careful about not overexposing the Girl, and by that I mean her, Business, you know, her physical assets. Now here her legs are spread but it’s not a wide opened angle, it’s a tasteful photograph and that’s not the focus, your focus is Here, (rubbing the middle area where the breasts are in…

Degradation Disguised as Liberation (Part 1: Hugh Hefner)

I recently watched the documentary, “The World of Hugh Hefner” along with the first episode of the Amazon biopic series that dramatizes his life; not because I’m a fan, (I’m decidedly not), but I was curious to understand the motivation behind the man who created the Playboy brand and pioneered world wide accessibility to porn….

Poem: virtually ruin us

Moving images and music together hypnotize our minds not to blink fusing new memory and programmed ways to think. Artificial fantasy blinds create amorphous dreams. Societal web of forgetting seams together virtual reality themes replaced normality and reformed being robotically streaming in a brain fog coma through towers of wire. Chip your dog Chip with…