“Let It Be” is an Anthology of fictional short stories of Gay Fathers. The stories contained within are also sold separately.
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Poems of Sentiment Ella Wheeler Wilcox, american author and poet (1850-1919)This ebook presents «Poems of Sentiment», from Ella Wheeler Wilcox. A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected.Table of Contents -01- About this book -02- POEMS OF SENTIMENT
Excerpt from “Along Came Two”:
David had to know. “I haven’t really thought about investing in a relationship for a couple of years. This past year with Trey has gone by so quickly, and before that it was touch and go before the adoption was final.”
Very intuitive, Kurt wondered if David was trying to tell him something. “Is it difficult to adopt, as a single man, I mean? It was a little different with Cheyenne, you know.”
David stood up and looked out across the verandah at the ocean. It stretched as far as he could see, an open entity, hiding no secrets. Was this a living photograph of the way he should be, and wanted to be, open, with no secrets? Lost in his own thoughts, David hadn’t heard Kurt’s voice. Kurt hoped he hadn’t offended David. Kurt stood up and walked toward David. David’s arms were folded.
Kurt surprised him when he stood in front of him and placed his arms on David’s arms. He looked David directly in the eyes, and asked, “Or is it difficult to adopt as a gay man?”
David had no idea how to respond. Was Kurt mocking him, or was Kurt disclosing something to him? By the stunned look on David’s face, Kurt could see clearly now what he had thought he had seen, and definitely what he had wanted to see. Holding David’s arms which were still folded, Kurt leaned in and lightly brushed David’s lips with his own. David didn’t hesitate to kiss him back, enjoying the taste the man’s lips.