Monday, June 20, 2011


"Peeling to the lethargic beat of tumescent music, she wore vivid makeup, glitter in her hair and crystalline clothes, all hooks, straps, sequins and secret snappers. The stripper's art needs special garments made to tear away like the husk of a pomegranate. So you do not notice the woman as she is, because you are looking for fulfilment of the mind's eye. You are examining an idea — depravity or pleasure, or their perilous symbiosis." — David Thomson, Suspects, 1985

- Cowgirl in the sand

Thursday, June 9, 2011


Blink vacantly, stare blankly
Into the troubled minds of others.

- Cowgirl in the Sand.

Live the life you lust.