Tony is from the North. Mitch is from the South. Tony is Catholic. Mitch is Baptist. Tony drives a Mercedes. Mitch drives a pickup truck. Tony wears designers. Mitch wears jeans and t-shirts. It's a mismatch made in Heaven
Letters, poems, prose, and short stories I've written as a means of resistance and healing as a black gay man. Includes a letter from a father to his son, experiences with dating, life after Trayvon Martin's death, and other subject matters.
Two twin boys, and gay. How to tell this story is simple but complicated. Devon a boy of 16 struggling with difficulties of a home life. Josh a boy of the same age, that has everything he wants, but one thing, his brother. Both are struggling with their past and maybe present. Hopefully they find each other. Together they might overcome, what is to come.
Torrin always gets what he wants. Usually by force. And he thinks nothing will ever change, things will always go his way. When he meets Kai, a sweet, innocent virgin too afraid to even look at him sideways, Torrin decides he wants to own him. He takes Kai by force, and starts to systematically break him and corrupt his innocence. And in doing so, Torrin starts to fall for Kai. Hard. But will Kai ever accept him? After all the pain and humiliation Torrin has put him through?
A 'Suicide Note' had been written by David, who dealt with lots of pain throughout his Life. This simple letter from a teenager created issues that made both known and unknown to struggle with their Fate...
Sometimes I steal flowers from your garden on my way to the cemetery, but today you’ve caught me and have demanded to come with me to make sure “the girl is pretty enough to warrant flower theft” and I’m trying to figure out how to break it to you that we’re on our way to a graveyard.
Prince Noah and the Blacksmith's Apprentice Phoenix are close friends, and to their dismay that's all they can ever be. But when the Prince goes missing Phoenix will do anything to get his friend back. And he realizes he may never be able to let him go again.