Bobby Green ( Johnnies #5)

I read Bobby Green by Amy Lane and I realized the stupor again that got me from knowing these guys and their world. This is real life, where kindness and fear dance together; where the hurting and the wrongdoing comes from fragility and not the big Evil. You learn that love can mend and it’s worth the pain. Because building and mending is difficult and so hard! It’s worth finding yourself and the right to let someone love you back. Bobby is so young, confident and giving; Reg is a big walking heart, trying to keep a big as a house havy promise and not fallin underneath its weight. Johnnies are good porn workers guys, they’re family. It’s so good that a real mum at heart is joining them!

Amy Lane has the ability of building people alive and I so love to have forever impressed them in my heart. The King of fear and thriller has this most special power. I know who the Queen is.

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Living thoughts

The jungle inside is bursting to life,
scraping new critters so wild,
carving their features in my mind.

I’m just trying to memorize,
their colors are so bright,
I’m  helplessly hypnotized.

I just wanted to know
how nice it could be
to be able to grow
in my own truly me.

The need

Greedy grasping nails cutting deep and never to let go.

The need is strong, for your smell, your skin to adore.

Your eyes I keep looking for, in every corner of this world.

This need is burning so deep I wonder if I’ll wake dust on the floor.

Please, come and fix it with handy tools of love.

Under the moonshadow 

The big house, under the tree and around, is yellow and green like the sun in a pea.

There’s a garden with flowers and teas, chairs up the trees and a huge bumblebee.

Its name is Arold and flies in the sea, catching dragons and turtles to feed.

Every moon has a shadow to conceal a big house and a huge bumblebee.