She begs me to write her clothes onto the floor. Each and every piece until her whole body has been explored. My pen unbuttons without a second thought. Scribbling towards what I want. Naked body meets naked mind. Feel your inhibitions unwind. Feel me like you feel my words. Smooth as hands upon your curves. Take…


Guest Blogging On My Blog

I expect anyone that guest blogs on my blog to “blog” similar to how I do. That means responding to comments, following up with people, and monitoring their posts. This is a minimum expectation I have for any blogger I read, follow, or allow on my website. Bloggers that fail to uphold the same standards…


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The life of an adoptee is all about change, adaption, and trying to find stability. After the trauma of rejection runs its course we quickly find a need to find some type of stability through acceptance. I have seen what constant rejection can do to a child having had a friend who was repeatedly let…


The Death of

This is what happens when you cut the WordPress string and swim on your own. You drop, you rebuild, and you move forward. I miss my old rank though… -OM @smokendust


United We Stand

It is a hard thing to watch racial strife in a country you love. I grew up in the south as a Korean adoptee and I witnessed racism from all sides first hand. I’ve seen violence between all races and within all races. I’ve lived along cultural divides that separate whole cities and have seen…


How Cool Was That?

I was fortunate that I didn’t have surgery much when I was a child. I did have one operation though to have my adenoids taken out… or “removed,” whichever is grammatically accurate. I’ll never forget that operation even though it happened when I was a child. I couldn’t tell you what the doctor looked like,…


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A person can think about a lot while trapped with their thoughts at 40,000 feet. An airplane becomes a thought tomb and our bodies squirm for freedom from our metallic coffin. Fortunately for me I don’t remember my journey to America. I imagine I was very confused, scared, and exhausted by the time I arrived…