I debated entitling this "Erotology and Calliology" or "Aphrodology and Bellology," but declined. You may refer to it as such if you wish . . . I rather like the term "calliology", and may continue using it.
Anyhow, I'm trying to keep a few reference pages available to which I may direct people when certain topics come up in conversation. I find it saves words and time, as well as ensures consistency on my part, if I'm able to cite what I've actually written down.
The following entries are those which have some bearing on my philosophies of love and beauty. Since you're able to read it all right here, I'm not going to rant on the topic now. I'll save that for what I've already written.
Suffice it to say that I worship women . . .
- All Things Feminine: "Careless of being crushed by beauty, I would ride high on the gales of Her mischance until, swept into the face of Wonder, I live, crippled by sweetness, forever."
- A Note to the Hunters and Acolytes of Women: Yes, I admit that I pursue women, but if she's not a goddess worthy of worship (and I don't just mean physically beautiful), she's not even worth chasing.
- Necessary Irreverence: Sometimes speaking to a woman is irreverent to the very concept of beauty. Sometimes such irreverence is necessary.
- Commentary on Ezra Pound's "The Garden": My analysis of the poem, from both socioeconomic and philosophical bases.
- Commentary on A.E. Coppard's "The Higgler": "The Higgler" is just a piece of great literature (not sappy) on love.
- Sir: The way to my heart is to call me "Sir."
- Boxes and Hinds: What does anyone look for?
- High Standards and Perfect Sisters: Why I look for what I look for.