Intimacy: Author – D. Hudson

Breathe. Now walk across the room as my eyes lock into your every move.

I’m watching you. I sit patiently waiting for the next little thing that you will do.

A slight glimpse of a half-smile from you turns me on and sets my mind into motion

Wondering what you will do next, I long to be close to you. Intimacy!

It started when we said hello. It sparked in our conversations and is now embedded in my heart.

It’s that thing that makes me smile, it’s why I never want us to be apart. Intimacy!

It’s the opening of a door so that you may make your way into my arms.

It’s me taking your clothes off for you and preparing your mind while your bath runs warm.


Take my hand and let me lead you into the room.

Let me lie you across the bed and rub moisture onto you.

Let me work out your frustrations as I massage strength back into you.


Making love will suffice and darling I long to make love to you,

But intimacy has been on my mind all day

And so, in my heart is me wanting to be intimate with you.




Are You Growing Series, #3 – Avoid Negative People





As Jim Rohn says, “You are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with”. Wherever we go, there are bound to be negative people. Don’t spend too much of your time around them if you feel they drag you down.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a vital figure of the modern era and a pivotal figure in the Civil Rights Movement.  In sermons and speeches, Dr.

King’s voice rang out with a call for us to work toward a better tomorrow.

His actions inspired men and women, young and old, in this nation and around the world.  Dr. King was arrested 30 times for his participation in civil rights activities.  While he preached about justice, empowerment, love and peace, in the final months of his life, his attention was turned towards fighting poverty.  Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated April 4, 1968, while standing on the balcony of the Lorraine motel in Memphis, Tennessee.

After a long struggle, legislation was signed in 1983 creating a federal holiday marking the birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

Dr. King is the first African American-and the first non-U.S. president-to have an official legal holiday.

Morning Flower

Derrick J. Hudson

Morning Flower
By Derrick J Hudson
Published – 1998

Morning flower, so subtle,
Sufficiently satisfying the needs of my eyes.
Your limbs so perfectly formed,
Your petals so smooth
I sigh for a moment.
Morning flower, I choose you
For you are the best of the bunch.
I wait patiently for you to reach out to me,
Although I long for your touch.
I watch you, studying every inch of you,
As the wind blows you from side to side.
A golden touch you give me,
As if you had eyes and they meet mine.
What a wonderful feeling,
Knowing that I have you in my grasp.
Caressing you slowly, smelling your fragrance, it smells so fine.
Morning flower I want you,
For you are beautiful,
I want you to be mine…