Death by Eroticism
Poetic prose written from the darkest corners of the mind. Each laying open vicious death upon the recipients through sexual executions. Each more depraved and painful as death is doled out in disturbing brutality. Savage!! I sincerely never wish to be a recipient of the Professors musings!
Murder Never Felt So Good
Love is a strong emotion, causing us to do stupid things in its name. You know that feeling you get when you see a cute kitten, just wanting to squish it and squeeze it until it’s head pops off? Sometimes those wires cross in the ol’ noggin and you become overwhelmed with a deadly case of lovesickness, and the only cure is to watch the apple of your eye perish by your own two hands. Squeezing the life out of them while you pump your life essence into them, watching the light leave their eyes as yours sparkle in orgasmic ecstasy. The Professor mixes his unique style of writing with ero guro, creating blossoming love that ends in tragic death. Each poem completes the circle of life, creating erotic scenes of death that will leave a puddle of various bodily fluids for both the characters and the reader. Though brutal, each story is a thing of beauty, showing the most tender of emotions as lovers carve each other up, all for the sake of sweet release.
This took me on a wild ride, made my witchy ancestors who live inside me squirm, and almost exorcise themselves to go on a murder spree of men. But still super hot, so I was torn, and they stayed put.
Savage and saucy!
A collection of love poems from the warped, wicked, wild mind of The Professor. These short pieces merge sex and death in a marvellous way, evoking sordid images of hacked up tits and mangled cocks. Highly recommended as a gift for Valentines Day.