In the early 1900's, famed author James Joyce wrote dozens of love letters to his... more »
In the early 1900's, famed author James Joyce wrote dozens of love letters to his wife, Nora. They were found many years later in the sleeve of a long forgotten book. And guess what? They're really gross. Now let's read them. « less
TH OF DECEMBER, 1909, DUBLIN.
I WOULD LIKE YOU TO WEAR DRAWERS WITH 3 OR 4 FRILLS.
ONE OVER THE OTHER, AT THE KNEES, AND UP THE THIGHS.
AND GREAT CRIMSON BOWS IN THEM.
SO THAT WHEN I BEND DOWN OVER YOU, TO OPEN THEM,
AND GIVE YOU A BURNING, LUSTFUL KISS
ON YOUR NAUGHTY BEAR BUM.
I CAN SMELL THE PERFUME OF YOUR DRAWERS, AS
WELL AS THE WARM ORDER OF YOUR CUNT, AND
THE HEAVY SMELL OF YOUR BEHIND.
THE SMALLEST THINGS GIVE ME A GREAT COCK STAND.
A WHORISH MOVEMENT OF YOUR MOUTH.
A LITTLE BROWN STAIN ON THE SEAT OF YOUR WHITE DRAWERS.
A SUDDEN DIRTY WORD SPUTTERED OUT BY YOUR WET LIPS.
A SUDDEN IMMODEST NOISE MADE BY YOU,
AND THEN A BAD SMELL, SLOWLY CURLING UP
OUT OF YOUR BACKSIDE.
AT SUCH MOMENTS, I FEEL MAD TO DO IT, AND
SOME FILTHY WAY TO FEEL YOUR HOT,
LECHEROUS LIPS SUCKING AWAY AT ME, TO FUCK
BETWEEN YOUR TWO, ROSY TIPPED BUBBIES.
TO CUM ON YOUR FACE, AND SQUIRT IT OVER
YOUR HOT CHEEKS AND EYES.
TO STICK IT BETWEEN THE CHEEKS OF YOUR RUMP,
AND BUGGER YOU.
I HOPE YOU GOT MY TELEGRAM,
AND UNDERSTOOD IT.
GOOD BYE, MY DARLING, WHO I'M TRYING TO DEPRAVE, AND DEGRADE.
HOW ON GOD'S EARTH CAN YOU POSSIBLY LOVE A THING LIKE ME?
OH, I AM ANXIOUS TO GET YOUR REPLY DARLING.