Not everything I write/wrote is gay erotica (If you’re feeling kind, or gay porn if not) and when I started to write I tended to write more autobiographically.
This was originally published in 2004 but I remember that I wrote it several years previous. It was written while I was still very much in the closet and very much examines my thoughts and feelings at the time.
I remember lying awake one night and moonlight coming into my bedroom. My mind was still active and started to run away with itself. The road I describe is very much a metaphorical one and the chasm at the end the hole what my mind falls into when I have a depressive relapse.
The road is perfect, the perfect road I was expected to take at the time and the weight of the expectation of my family.
I find it an interesting read and a reminder of how I felt in my later teenage years.
I am taking this opportunity to start uploading my stories and vignettes that I never got round to converting when I upgraded my hosting and started to use WordPress as a platform.
Not surprisingly I will be starting from the bottom up.
I will edit them, some won’t change much (perhaps the odd comma) but others may, depending on how I feel when I read them again.
I’m looking forward to going back and reading my stories I wrote years ago and see how they hold up.
When the mood takes I will let you know about the stories and how they came to be.
Keep checking as we have a new story coming soon about the farmer of Old Cockton Farm. He is not happy that his farm is next to Cockaigne and thinks the whole town is perverted by encouraging social nudity and exhibitionism.
Check the potted history of Old Cockton Farm here.
It’s been a strange week but I found this picture on Twitter yesterday and thought it was a good match to my next instalment of ‘Speed of Life’. Called “Our First Night Under Canvas” it explores what happens when the three boys get in their sleeping bags. I’m sure you won’t be surprised that cocks get hard and thrust into various holes. I will upload the story later today, but in the meantime, enjoy the pic.
For those wanting to read more from Cockaigne, more will be coming.