There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in. L. Cohen
Set at 04:53 on February 27, 2012
When things turn weird, the weird turn pro. ~ Hunter S. Thompson
EVERYTHING NOT FORBIDDEN IS COMPULSORY
Now, my good man, this is no time for making enemies. ~ Voltaire on his deathbed in response to a Priest asking that he renounce Satan.
The Risen Moon
I pass through the field in the dark, the crunch of shattered glass beneath my feet the only sound. The edge of the moon peeks out from behind a shelf of blood-tinged cloud and I have no choice but to run, to hide in the shadows. A second passes, maybe two, and the moon sheds its gauzy veil, its light reflecting off the broken glass in a thousand jagged gleams. There is no escape for me tonight.
Creatures of the NighttoArise
We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be. . . Vonnegut, Mother Night
What Lurks Beneath
Do I mean LIFE or do I mean VR?
Inspired by the immense number of incubi and succubi on the Rave, I dedicate the following:
Being an Incubus or Succubus isn’t just about the sex. It’s not about being super-hot, or multi-orgasmic, perhaps a nimble fellatrix with the patience of a saint, and maybe just plain nasty. No, and long fingers and stem tying tongues are not what it’s all about, either.
What was I saying?
There is a higher plane where joy and passion, connection and spirituality collide. Imagine combining that sexual experience with ritual, and some sort of grog.
The sex would become entangled with The Divine.
Priestesses in the sacred brothel performed this service on a regular basis. Or, at least, on ordained holidays.
I don’t think they were limited to the men. They had each other, after all.
Never sleep with anyone crazier than yourself. ~ One of Murphy's Laws
Former Duchess: Now Bag Lady Nobility Poll
1. The Duchess of Darkness will find you 2. The Duchess of Decadence will Debauch you 3. The Doucheness of Dopeyness will Tease the Life out of you 4. The Duchy of Delirium is where all your Dreams come true
Your Opinion Counts
The Second Wave
Likes: vampires, parakeets
Music: eclectic — Amy Winehouse. Leonard Cohen. Mozart. Sarah Vaughn. Latin music. Oingo Boingo. Natasha Bedingfield. ACDC. Wrote the following which sums it up:
Country western los mariachis soul jazz salsa opera blues, the blues, reggae hip hop and radio pop the song is love the beat is longing the rhythm is lust the story is loss it’s in my brain it twists my body a gaping need my hole to be filled now a slow desire pulses in my skin looks out from weathered eyes sheltering the music hot and deep within.
N.O.L.A. Spleen, 2004
Prefer a vampire with angst to slash and gash, a vampire whose theme song would be It’s Bad to be Good: Louis over Lestat, Claudia over Louis, Catherine Deneuve over Susan Sarandon in The Hunger, Carmilla over Akasha, Nosferatu over Dracula (close), Spike over the broody guy.
Any religion which sacrifices women to the brutality of men is no religion. Julia Ward Howe
Religion: A daughter of Hope and Fear, explaining to Ignorance the nature of the Unknowable. Ambrose Bierce in the Devil’s Dictionary
Strong Arms, Love Goddesses, Demons & Lords
Protection is Good
Sinful and sexy:
Loyal and Licentious:
Beautiful, Luscious and Deadly:
Honeyed words sweeten a voracious libido:
You'll Die Laughing:
Pfttt! Can't Breathe, Too Much Love:
Naughty Alice is tempting:
Pantervamp is loyal and strong:
The Beautiful Rani70
More BloodMother hoodoo:
Land of Enchantment
Movies: The Goonies, The Mosquito Coast, Blade Runner, The War of the Roses, The Big Lebowski, Lost in Translation, Apocalypto, Harry and Kumar go to White Castle, Syriana, Igby Goes Down, Thelma & Louise, all the Alien movies, Pan's Labyrinth, Knocked Up, Shakespeare in Love, Martin, Monster, Starman, Notes on a Scandal, Avatar, A Single Man, Mother and Child, True Grit.
The Key to Me: I like to play. I like to think. May I have another slice of frolic, please? And sprinkle some irreverence on top.
I grew these:
Newly-developed peeve: graphics that obscure the words.
Stamp I made for Star of the North
Made for the Sires Club using an Alfred Kubin piece.
Top photograph: Philippe Halsman, 1944,
Unless credited, all other pics by bloodmother
Additional Pictures: "Staying for Breakfast?" by Barry Kite with permission
Musee de Femmes production flyer
Vincent van Gogh 1885/6
Judy Chicago, Red Flag, 1971
Another stamp I made from an Alfred Kubin piece. My favorite. It's called "The Graveyard."
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