Author Archives: Kenneth Hill

always be with me and always look this glad to see me 0

Never thought this was possible, this tug-tug-tugging of the heart. A face I didn’t want to take my eyes from. That face can never, will never leave me. A face to light up my own. My piece of treasure. A nail to pierce the hands and feet. Always be with me, I thought to myself. […]

mother of sorrows: a book to read, and read again 2

Many people have a list of books they read every year: Jane Austen’s Emma, Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway. Classics. Sometimes, if a reader is lucky, a contemporary work will earn a place on the list. Mother of Sorrows by Richard McCann is such a book. Published in 2005 to critical […]

he ahold of my hand has completely satisfied me 0

When he whom I love travels with me, or sits a long while holding me by the hand, When the subtle air, the impalpable, the sense that words and reason hold not, surround us   and      pervade us, Then I am charged with untold and untellable wisdom—I am silent—I require   nothing      further, I cannot answer the […]

being a man in a dress, meeting william weston 26

People around here don’t generally fancy men like me. They have a hard time understanding my attire, and I suppose it’s usual for folks not to know what to make of someone male who prefers a wardrobe normally assigned to the fairer sex. I always saw myself as fairer. I still do. When I was […]

i am too afraid to be without him, and so here we are 2

Click to Play: [Audio clip: view full post to listen] There was only ever one reason I agreed to go out with Lillian, which was so that I could go out with Christopher. On double dates, you see. A cruel thing to do to her, yes, but Chris stopped “us”– him and I being together, […]

by our merged bodies loving is implied 0

Come sit beside me by this mountain stream, Take off your clothes, we swim here when we wish As nature we can love each other dream And dream into our spirits as our kiss Of mind and soul of Spirit on our eyes Can realize. Merged karma of our grin By our merged bodies loving […]

I kissed him despairingly on the mouth and he said good-bye 1

“You’re beautiful,” I said. “I love you.” I met him half an hour ago but he was and I did– there were above a hundred thousand people at the party and he was a bar-tender. “Am I?” he said, “I don’t know what to say–” Since he didn’t know me at all he could hardly […]

the party’s just beginning, and you’re invited 1

A gem from the San Francisco cabaret scene will make its London debut next week as part of the Hot August Fringe Festival hosted by the Royal Vauxhall Tavern. The Party’s Just Beginning is a musical revue looking at the LGBT community — our ups, our downs, our highs, our lows, all told with heart […]

as long as we love each other, what’s it to do with other people? 1

I only met one other homosexual in the army. That was in Le Havre in 1917. We was on the boat coming home. I don’t know how these things work, whether it’s through conversation, or whether it’s the attitude of the individual concerned, but we seemed to come together, see. All of a sudden his […]

an intimate evening with barbra streisand 1

Barbra Streisand is treating 100 lucky fans to free tickets in a sweepstakes drawing to attend an intimate live performance at the Village Vanguard in New York on Saturday, September 26. The one-night-only show is a kick-off for the release of Streisand’s new album of jazz standards and classics, Love Is The Answer. The Village […]

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