Author: renemullen (page 1 of 9)

I cheated on my wife

My wife, Melanie, helped through a lot of things.

How do I repay her? By fucking other people for 2+ years and doing it with one person on the bed we shared.

How do I justify myself? I say “Well, I pay for things.”

I was so convincing that I even got Melanie to cosign my new 2018 car with me.

My new lover’s name is Jennifer Mason. Her phone number is 505-261-4972. Her email address is jennifermason87@outlook.com

 

Since I’m so happy that Melanie has left  me, I don’t care if everyone knows about my new fuck. I actually never use her name – I just call her my pet. Because we abuse each other in the bedroom.

You should be aware of me. I am not who you think I am. I make claims, I have a face. But I am not who you think I am. For the past 2 years I’ve been cheating on my wife, I’m involved in BDSM websites and I pay for sex. In December I started sleeping with a woman named Jennifer Mason. She’s also married. In February, I ordered abusive sex toys online and had them delivered to my house where I live with my wife. At the same time I ordered those, I demanded that my wife pay more attention to me. This is what I mean about having two faces. I’m still pounding Jen’s ass, even though her husband found out and threatened to visit my home where I still live with my wife. But I don’t care. Would you like to see things I’ve done with Jen?
 
– Each time she ruins an orgasm, she get to sit on my face and ride my face to orgasm. We go back and forth til one of us calls mercy
– Walk in tell me if you’re dressed. If not, get dressed. Heavy kissing petting. Then, ask if she knows safe words. Turn around. Face wall. Do not look away from wall. Hands at side. Bind them. Rub her. Make her sit on her feet, kneeling. Knees spread. Vibrate to edge. Then hand spank with rubbing and vibing over your lap. Edging more. Jewelry. Allow to cum only now. Then ravage her, face to floor from behind, in front of mirror so she could watch. She’s welcome to cum all she wants, that this part is all about me.
 
-Starts like this, since that’s what I knew would happen. I pictured you in something tight, but only showing your gorgeous curves. But you blindfold me before I get to enjoy your beauty. You’d bring me to the edge and stop and make me service you in ways I haven’t yet. Bent over, rubbing your pussy in my face like I’m nothing but a toy. You using me the way you want to. After I make you cum enough, you let me cum but stop just as I do so I don’t get pleasure from it and don’t lose my libido. Any that got on your hand or on your body, you make me lick clean. You spank me for cumming and making a mess. You start nice and sensual but get into like you didn’t think you would. I cry a little before I finally beg for mercy. You give me a few extra for good measure. You make me stay in my bent over position and begin sticking your finger in my backside, determined to drain me with only prostate massage
 
In March Jen and I did it in my bed at home, where my wife sleeps.
 
Melanie left me yesterday. Today I paid for her AIDS and STD testing at planned parenthood.
 
So when you listen to my poem called “get over it,” remember that you don’t know the whole story.

Episode 15: Jack Tapestry

Jack Tapestry has been a slam poet for two decades. Tapestry came from Oklahoma City, resides in Albuquerque, and his poetry is amazingly gut wrenching and powerful. He’s also a comedian and over all performance master.

You can find Jack Tapestry on Youtube and at poetry and comedy events throughout Albuquerque.

Tapestry is also on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and Instagram.

Episode 14: Gina Marselle

 

Gina Marselle is not only a poet but a high school teacher, mother, wife, and photographer. You can find her work in many places like the Alibi, the Rag, Adobe Walls, among others. She’s author of the book of poetry called A Fire of Prayer: a Collection of Poetry and Photography. And her photography can be found, among other places, in A Fire of Prayer and also the book of poetry, September, by Katrina Guarascio (or Katrina Crespin, who we’ve had on the show already).

Episode 13: Jules Nyquist

I sit and speak with Jules Nyquist, traditional and spoken word New Mexico poet, about her new book “Homesick, then”, about life, loss, healing, family, and of course shares some of her poetry.

Jules Nyquist is the founder of Jules’ Poetry Playhouse, LLC, a place for poetry and play in Albuquerque, NM, which also is the umbrella for Jules’ Poetry Playhouse Publications.  In 2017, three books by women were published, with future tiles in 2018. Jules is a native Minnesotan and moved to Albuquerque on spring equinox 2011. Jules teaches creative writing and poetry classes and hosts poetry readings with visiting writers. She took her MFA in Writing and Literature from Bennington College, VT. Her two books of poems, Behind the Volcanoes and Appetites (Beatlick Press), were finalists for the NM/AZ Book Awards.   Her latest book is Homesick, then which is a poetic memoir of the life and death of her parents and deals with caretaking issues and also domestic violence suffered by her grandmother. Jules’ poems have appeared in 5 AM, Salamander, Malpais Review, Adobe Walls, A View from the Loft, St. Paul Almanac, Long Islander News, Gray Sparrow, House Organ, Duke City Fix, Café Review and others. She is co-editor of the Poets Speak Anthology series by Jules’ Poetry Playhouse Publications and Beatlick Press.

Episode 11: Zachary Kluckman

 

Zachary Kluckman is an award winning poet. Named the 2015 and 2016 Slam Organizer of the Year, 2014 Slam Artist of the Year at the National Poetry Awards. They’ve been on national slam stages as an individual and as part of a group, including the Rumble Room team that went to Southern Fried Poetry Slam in 2017. At SoFried, Kluckman lead 3 newbies (me, Robin Reynolds, and Anna Martinez). A founding organizer the 100 Thousand Poets for Change program. Author of Per-City Poems, Animals in Our Flesh, Some of it is Muscle, and , one of the 4 poets in Rumble Room Volume 1, and has published at least 100 poems in various publications outside of these 4 collections.

Rowie Shebala

Performance poet Rowie Shebala talks about her time on many final stages representing several different cities around the US, family, her life as a Native American in the Southwest, and as always, shares some of her poetry.

PS: I had the pleasure of sharing the Albuquerque Grand Slam Championship stage with Rowie just yesterday. We tied for first. Rowie’s been on so many stages around the country it’s more than an honor to compete against her, as well as everyone else who graced the night with their poetry.

 

Episode 10: Katrina Crespin

Poet and managing editor for Swimming With Elephants Publishings Katrina Crespin talks about her life as a poet, an editor for an Albuquerque small press company, her growth as both a traditional and performance poet, and reads some of her poems.

You can find Katrina Crespin’s work under her maiden name Katrina Guarascio at SwimmingWithElephants.com. Her works include ‘my verse‘, ‘The Fall of a Sparrow‘, and ‘September: traces of letting go‘.

Episode 10: Katrina Crespin

Poet and managing editor for Swimming With Elephants Publishings Katrina Crespin talks about her life as a poet, an editor for an Albuquerque small press company, her growth as both a traditional and performance poet, and reads some of her poems.

You can find Katrina Crespin’s work under her maiden name Katrina Guarascio at SwimmingWithElephants.com. Her works include ‘my verse‘, ‘The Fall of a Sparrow‘, and ‘September: traces of letting go‘.

Episode 9: Paulie Lipman

Paulie Lipman is a performer, writer, and poet who’s been on national poetry slam finals stages, has been on the slam scene for 16 years, and recently published a chapbook with Swimming with Elephants Publications called “from below/denied the light.” Paulie is published in journals and some of their performances can be found on Youtube. Paulie is currently touring the US and taking bookings as of March 15, 2018.

You can purchase “from below/denied the light” from Amazon here, find Paulie and some of their tour dates here, or find Paulie on Twitter and Instagram as well.

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