My Heroines

Here are my two HEROINES! I spent about 30 hours total looking at models and actresses on the web. None compare. I know women. I made love to women. I have lived with women. I adore them, and love them. They have always blown my mind. I wish I were young again so we can play some more. Well – this is it! We are in a play, a drama!

I am inspired by Lara’s poems and video exercises she does for her acting classes. She has the voice of an angel. I need someone with credibility to be a go-between. Making a movie entails hundreds of people a millions of dollars. I have done wonders – alone!


An Ending

“I am going to kiss you now. Victoria opened her mouth just enough to match the beautiful open mouth of Miriam. She placed her lips upon her lips, as one would put a rose upon a freshly dug grave.

She was – right here, right there. And now she is somewhere else. But, not for me. My chance, our chance, is gone -so completely. How utterly unbearable, my being. So alone, all alone. Without her. I am left on the living side of death. Here, I must make my way.

I walk alone along the road. But I will never be alone. For thou art with me my love, on that road that runs on the dark side of the moon. You will go with me, her Lord, when I am in most need of her to be by my side. For she is with you, now. She knows the way.

John Presco

Copyright 2018

John Presco


plural noun: heroines
  1. a woman admired or idealized for her courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities.
    “she was the heroine of a materialist generation”
    synonyms: brave woman, hero, woman of courage, woman of the hour; More

    victor, winner, conqueror
    “she’s a heroine—she saved my baby”
    star, superstar, megastar, idol, celebrity, luminary;
    ideal, paragon, shining example;
    favorite, darling, queen;
    “the literary heroine of Moscow”
    antonyms: coward, loser, unknown, nobody
    • the chief female character in a book, play, or movie, who is typically identified with good qualities, and with whom the reader is expected to sympathize.
      synonyms: (female) protagonist, principal (female) character, principal (female) role, main character, title character; More

      (female) lead, lead actress, leading lady;
      prima donna, diva
      “the film’s heroine”
      antonyms: villain, supporting character, supporting role
    • (in mythology and folklore) a woman of superhuman qualities and often semidivine origin, in particular one whose dealings with the gods were the subject of ancient Greek myths and legends.

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