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-- By Skyking in Frost, TEXAS on Fri, 27 May 2016 at 06:17.
No one seems to want to talk about Her taste, her flavor, her soft silky kiss that stays on my mind through the night, and well into the next day, until we caress again. I want those lips on my lips forever. I can't stop thinking about her, until we embrace again. She is warm, and inviting, and always available to satiate my need to possess her sweetness. To feel the brush of her lips on my lips, and my tongue, and into my mouth. She is always glad to be with me, and I with her. Ours is a love that will .................................................
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About the Green Fairy
Where there is a will, there is a way, and folks do go out of their way for a chance to meet the "Goddess" -- like the guy who claims the Green Fairy can be summoned by soaking wormwood in alcohol. Well, no, it cannot... sorry, but it just doesn't work like that. Unless you own a still, there is no way you will ever make real absinthe at home.
(I'm beginning to wonder why we called this part useful links...)
Anyhow, let's move onto the useful / interesting stuff... This page would not be complete without mentioning MsJekyll's Green Fairy page. A modern-day absinthe icon, MsJekyll published an absinthe website years before the current absinthe revival. Been there, done that - well before the current bunch of absinthe 'experts' appeared on the web. Don't miss MsJekyll's poetry - dark but beautiful.
What is absinthe?
What is the history of absinthe?
What is wormwood?
How about thujone?
What are the effects of absinthe?
How do I drink absinthe?
What is "La Louche" ritual?
What is an absinthe fountain?
The freedom-loving Green Fairy...
Goddess of rebel poets & artists
in France and beyond