‘Text Me’

Moving Through Anger with Bargaining!

A sample from Book 5

 Text Me
 
in this phone
I am a clone
away from home
easily...I roam
no longer alone
 
words I've thrown
cast a bone
string along
however long
I want you to belong
 
in this phone
I'm on loan
read my worded song
I'm wearing a thong
―hear me moan
I'll send a picture―
for your visual tone
 
with words I'm strong
―played like a trombone
I can turn you on
in my world
you'll be drawn
 
in this phone
nothing's wrong
it's my zone
imaginations grown
 
be careful―
if to me you're drawn
I'll take you
where you've not yet gone
for in this phone
I own
my imaginary throne
I'll make you moan
dance to my song―
your emotions
get too strong
I'll exit
and be gone

(March 3, 2014)—[‘Text Me’ was written July 27, 2012.] In my new beginning of being single again [2012], I’ve explored the many ways of dating and meeting new people whether on my own or listening to the stories of friends both girl and guy.

One of the more interesting ways of getting to know another person is through texting, now referred to as sexting. It is far more original than chating on-line from some random dating sight and far more fun.

Although I’ve learned one thing…it’s mostly all just that: Talk. Sexting or texting really doesn’t carry much weight in the real world. It is just a place where you can be whomever you want whenever you want without giving up much of yourself. That’s where ‘Text Me’ comes from.

After my own personal experiences, now I understand the role the cell phone took in my own personal life before I even knew what sexting was about. Some of us are naive in that way. Not anymore.

Love the skin you’re in and remember: It’s all make believe until you are actually face to face, lip to lip…everything else is meaningless and it’s so easy for others to cheat and mislead. Nothing is worse then to learn that while you’re sexting, he’s sexting several others at the same time. Yes, truth hurts.

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