Ode to the Fingerprint on My Left Middle Finger


O fingerprint on my left middle finger

I have abused you,

and used you,

and yet your loops and swirls have ever returned

You have been burned




bitten and yet

Through all, you stay attached

The power you wield can’t be matched

you make me unique

It’s true

I wouldn’t be entirely me without you

and you are all I witness

when I’m cut off in traffic

and I seek

a means

to question another’s driving fitness

O fingerprint on my left middle finger,

Nothing could ever replace thee!

The only way it could be better,
Is of you, I had two!



In the finals!

I’ve made it to the finals at the Slam MN!s Erotica Tournament! The leather and lace gauntlet is thrown and I am up against some major talent! It’s tonight at Kieran’s Pub, downtown Minneapolis. Here is the event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/455213354600939/  But even if you can’t make it there, you can support me via social media ^_^ Twitter: @foxsmoulder and FB : https://www.facebook.com/FoxSmoulderFans  Tumblr: Foxsmoulder.tumblr.com or leave a comment here!

Sexy poetry
Sexy poetry


UPDATE: I won 4th place! In a really strong field and at my first Erotica Slam ever so WIN FOR ME! ^_^

Visible Bodies

Yesterday I did a photo shoot for A project called Visible Bodies: Transgender Narratives Retold
It is a community project with the goal to ’empower trans people and educate cis gender people’. Some of you know, I haven’t always been comfortable with my gender identity. For a long time I felt I was expected to pick one and go all in, but neither gender fits me very well. Over time I learned that I don’t hate my body, I just hate the role in society that was expected of it. Because of projects like Visible Bodies where trans people can use their own voices and speak their truths, I’ve realized that the difficulty doesn’t lay within me, that the culture itself needs to be reshaped to serve all humanity, including myself, and that made all the difference. With Visible Bodies I can give back and add my voice as a gender queer performer telling my story too. Everyone’s story is unique, and it can not be over stated how much speaking out and being heard as trans, breaking that barrier of invisibility, can heal and strengthen a broken soul, and change the hearts of others.

If you identify as trans, visit their website. If you want to financially help with this project (every $ helps!) so more people can be heard, here is the link to the indiegogo fundraiser.

There are volunteer opportunities too!

Keep your eyes on my FB And Twitter feeds and ‘like’ their FB page for more updates. This is going to be an amazing project!