Fires of Intensity voice over by Fantasia de Fleurs, Music by Kevin MacLeod, Recording by Ritmone Studiopic8a

Fires of Intensity

The ultimate sexual encounter
Had crazy ups and downs
With him blowing hot then cold, before leaving
For his weeks out on the town

Yet, he had a way to make me purr
With hot fires that would crackle & burn
Passionate sex was quite the lure
We were wild to explore & learn

I eventually came to discover
From the roller coaster ride of thrills
Hidden beneath the bed covers
Were drugs to end all, with a high ticket bill

Fantasia de Fleurs


Social Effects of an Addiction – Drug Addiction

Drug addiction doesn’t just affect the addict: it has a far reaching effect which encompasses family, friends, employers, healthcare professionals and society as a whole.
If you have a situation in which one half of a couple is an addict then this can cause untold hardship for the other half.
If you are addicted to alcohol, nicotine, drugs or even caffeine then the effects of this can negatively impact upon the following:

•Home/family life
•Health and wellbeing
•Financial issues
•Law and order


The Panther – (Intimate First Encounter Category)

First love is a kind of vaccination which saves a man from catching the complaint the second time. – Honore de Balzac

The Panther

Face to face with a wild animal in heat
Headlined with rivers of sweat
Flowing through his whiskers, like sheets of sleet
He sprayed me with a thousand water jets

That Amazon jungle was ever so dense
I was grabbed like a piece of bait
With a panther wound-up and ever so tense
I was unable to breathe, under his weight

He panted, growled & howled, with heart
While I lay in a state of shock
Wondering if I would be ripped apart
From the pain on that primal, chopping block

Fantasia de Fleurs



Voice Over of The Promise by Fantasia de Fleurs, Poem by Mountain Wind, Music Kevin MacLeod, Recording Ritmone StudioIntimate First Encounters

The Promisehttp://www.personalityresearch.org/papers/cardillo.html

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