Extraordinary women – Sophia Yakovlevna Parnokh – Russia’s Sapho

  “Dedicated to N.P.P. I’m drunk on your wild caresses, You’ve driven me crazy for you… Just tell me I’ve only been dreaming So I can believe that it’s true. No, you want to torment me forever – Why shouldn’t you play and have fun; And smiling, you answer, carefree, “We won’t do again what … Continue reading Extraordinary women – Sophia Yakovlevna Parnokh – Russia’s Sapho


The floating poem

by Adrienne Rich   Whatever happens with us, your body will haunt mine—tender, delicate your lovemaking, like the half-curled frond of the fiddlehead fern in forests just washed by sun. Your traveled, generous thighs between which my whole face has come and come— the innocence and wisdom of the place my tongue has found there— … Continue reading The floating poem

Rebeccah and the Highwayman by Barbara Davies

  „Rebeccah and the highwayman” is a lesbian  historical novel placed in England during Good Queen Anne’s reign. Those are dark middle ages times when countries knew two social classes : the very rich and the poor and some of the poor turned into Robin Hood’s because of the social differences. It’s not exactly a … Continue reading Rebeccah and the Highwayman by Barbara Davies

Ce bine că eşti

  Ce bine ca eşti   E o întâmplare a fiinţei mele şi atunci fericirea dinlăuntrul meu e mai puternică decât mine, decât oasele mele, pe care mi le scrâşneşti într-o îmbrăţişare mereu dureroasă, minunată mereu. Să stăm de vorbă, să vorbim, să spunem cuvinte lungi, sticloase, ca nişte dălţi ce despart fluviul rece în … Continue reading Ce bine că eşti

Breathless tremor

    Some nights are breathless without you by my side, Some days are lonely without your smile to tame me, Some places are empty without the seducing feeling of us, Some songs are wordless without an embraced dance of us. The same things that used to be so familiar before, Now, they’re dying butterflies … Continue reading Breathless tremor