Biography of Richard Stilwell
Ever since I was sixteen I have been writting poetry if you can call it that... smiling. I invite you to read it and to ponder my words carefully as each word can have double or triple meaning as well as the poem itself. I hope all those metaphors does not make it hard to read and I will give you the place I write about in '21 And I Still Lost' to get you to thinking like me. It is about losing ones virginity in a brothel and getting over being new at sex but finding out that you can catch things form doing it and that it cost a lot to boot... and no I never had that experience.
Richard Stilwell's Works:
- Giving Because
- I Love The Smell Of A Woman
- Average Fantasy__To Test Too Keep?
- Lost Soul
- Abused In life Abused In Death
- No Worry Here She Says
- Right Investment?
- 21 And I Still Lost
- Two In One Pickup
- Your Words
- The Pilot
- The Same You Know
- Anxiousness Left
- Passion Where...This Year?
Cards lay face up on a table not a wall,
Already shuffled and in a neat pile,
Hands come to seperate stroke and caress,
Until a new order is found and the game begins,
The rule book is there but will it be used,
Is it a game if it is not,
Can rules be rewritten as play goes along,
Or will the players stop the game,