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a day to blow or get blown




Adam & Yves
directed by: Peter De Rome (1974)
Starring: Michael Hardwick and Marcus Giovanni, plus: Kirk Luna, Bill Young (aka Big Bill Eld), Jack Deveau, Daniel Montfort, Denise Royal, Jaap Penraat, and Charles Pooney; “in the bathroom” – Eric Crawford, Bob Jones, Luther LeVale, Tony Skinner, and Glenn Wilson.

Original soundtrack by David Earnest, which includes “Honey Man”, a song co-written by de Rome himself!

i love this director, and i can remember being at the Bijou in Chicago, and the Jewel here in NYC with this film playing, and this soundtrack playing (Michael Hardwick reading The Platonic Blow – reputedly by W.H. Auden, who denied writing it, but seems that everyone knows he did) as a backdrop to my own searching and pacing through both those porno houses way back when.

The Platonic Blow (A Day For A Lay)
by W.H. Auden

It was a spring day, a day, a day for a lay when the air
Smelled like a locker-room, a day to blow or get blown.
Returning from lunch I turned my corner and there
On a near-by stoop I saw him standing alone.

I glanced as I advanced. The clean white T-shirt outlined
A forceful torso, the light-blue denims divulged
Much. I observed the snug curves where they hugged the behind,
I watched the crotch where the cloth intriguingly bulged.

Our eyes met, I felt sick. My knees turned weak.
I couldn’t move. I didn’t know what to say.
In a blur I heard words myself like a stranger speak.
“Will you come to my room?” Then a husky voice, “O.K.”

I produced some beer and we talked. Like a little boy
He told me his story. Present address next door.
Half Polish half Irish The youngest. From Illinois.
Profession mechanic. Name Bud. Age twenty-four.

He put down his glass and stretched his bare arms along
The back of my sofa. The afternoon sunlight struck
The blond hairs on the wrist near my head. His chin was strong,
His mouth sucky. I could hardly believe my luck.

And here he was sitting beside me, legs apart.
I could bear it no longer. I touched the inside of his thigh.
His reply was to move closer. I trembled. My heart
Thumped and jumped as my fingers went to his fly.

I opened a gap in the flap. I went in there.
I sought for a slit in the gripper shorts that had charge
Of the basket I asked for. I came to warm flesh then to hair,
I went on. I found what I hoped. I groped. It was large.

He responded to my fondling in a charming, disarming way:
Without a word he unbuckled his belt while I felt
And lolled back, stretching his legs. His pants fell away.
Carefully drawing it out, I beheld what I held.

The circumcised head was a work of mastercraft,
With perfectly beveled rim of unusual weight
And the friendliest red. Even relaxed, the shaft
Was of noble dimensions with the wrinkles that indicate

Singular powers of extension. For a second or two,
It lay there inert then suddenly stirred in my hand,
Then paused as if frightened or doubtful of what to do,
And then with a violent jerk began to expand.

By soundless bounds it extended and distended, by quick
Great leaps it rose, it flushed, it rushed to its full size.
Nearly nine inches long and three inches thick,
A royal column ineffably solemn and wise.

I tested its length and strength with a manual squeeze,
I bunched my fingers and twirled them about the knob,
I stroked it from top to bottom. I got on my knees.
I lowered my head. I opened my mouth for the job.

But he pushed me gently away. He bent down. He unlaced
His shoes. He removed his socks. Stood up. Shed
His pants altogether. Muscles in arms and waist
Rippled as he whipped his T-shirt over his head.

I scanned his tan, enjoyed the contrast of brown
Trunk against white shorts taut around small
Hips. With a dig and a wriggle he peeled them down.
I tore off my clothes. He faced me smiling. I saw all.

The gorgeous organ stood stiffly and straightly out
With a slight flare upwards. At each beat of his heart it threw
An odd little nod my way. From the slot of the spout
Exuded a drop of transparent viscous goo.

The lair of hair was fair, the grove of a young man,
A tangle of curls and whorls, luxuriant but couth.
Except for a spur of golden hairs that fan
To the neat navel, the rest of the belly was smooth.

Well hung, slung from the fork of the muscular legs,
The firm vase of his sperm, like a bulging pear,
Cradling its handsome glands, two herculean eggs,
Swung as he came towards me, shameless, bare.

We aligned mouths. We entwined. All act was clutch,
All fact contact, the attack and the interlock
Of tongues, the charms of arms. I shook at the touch
Of his fresh flesh, I rocked at the shock of his cock.

Straddling my legs a little I inserted his divine
Person between and closed on it tight as I could.
The upright warmth of his belly lay all along mine.
Nude, glued together for a minute, we stood.

I stroked the lobes of his ears, the back of his head
And the broad shoulders. I took bold hold of the compact
Globes of his bottom. We tottered. He fell on the bed.
Lips parted, eyes closed, he lay there, ripe for the act.

Mad to be had, to be felt and smelled. My lips
Explored the adorable masculine tits. My eyes
Assessed the chest. I caressed the athletic hips
And the slim limbs. I approved the grooves of the thighs.

I hugged, I snuggled into an armpit.
I sniffed the subtle whiff of its tuft. I lapped up the taste
Of its hot hollow. My fingers began to drift
On a trek of inspection, a leisurely tour of the waist.

Downward in narrowing circles they playfully strayed.
Encroached on his privates like poachers, approached the prick.
But teasingly swerved, retreated from meeting. It betrayed
Its pleading need by a pretty imploring kick.

“Shall I rim you?” I whispered. He shifted his limbs in assent,
Turned on his side and opened his legs, let me pass
To the dark parts behind. I kissed as I went
The great thick cord that ran back from his balls to his arse.

Prying the buttocks aside, I nosed my way in
Down the shaggy slopes. I came to the puckered goal.
It was quick to my licking. He pressed his crotch to my chin.
His thighs squirmed as my tongue wormed in his hole.

His sensations yearned for consummation. He untucked
His legs and lay panting, hot as a teen-age boy.
Naked, enlarged, charged, aching to get sucked,
Clawing the sheet, all his pores open to joy.

I inspected his erection. I surveyed his parts with a stare
From scrotum level. Sighting along the underside
Of his cock, I looked through the forest of pubic hair
To the range of the chest beyond rising lofty and wide.

I admired the texture, the delicate wrinkles and the neat
Sutures of the capacious bag. I adored the grace
Of the male genitalia. I raised the delicious meat
Up to my mouth, brought the face of its hard-on to my face.

Slipping my lips round the Byzantine dome of the head,
With the tip of my tongue I caressed the sensitive groove.
He thrilled to the trill. “That’s lovely!” he hoarsely said.
“Go on! Go on!” Very slowly I started to move.

Gently, intently, I slid to the massive base
Of his tower of power, paused there a moment down
In the warm moist thicket, then began to retrace
Inch by inch the smooth way to the throbbing crown.

Indwelling excitements swelled at delights to come
As I descended and ascended those thick distended walls.
I grasped his root between left forefinger and thumb
And with my right hand tickled his heavy voluminous balls.

I plunged with a rhythmical lunge steady and slow,
And at every stroke made a corkscrew roll with my tongue.
His soul reeled in the feeling. He whimpered, “Oh!”
As I tongued and squeezed and rolled and tickled and swung.

Then I pressed on the spot where the groin is joined to the cock,
Slipped a finger into his arse and massaged him from inside.
The secret sluices of his juices began to unlock.
He melted into what he felt. “O Jesus!” he cried.

Waves of immeasurable pleasures mounted his member in quick
Spasms. I lay still in the notch of his crotch inhaling his sweat
His ring convulsed round my finger. Into me, rich and thick,
His hot spunk spouted in gouts, spurted in jet after jet.

9 replies on “a day to blow or get blown”

quite common in HAND IN HAND films; also Arthur Bressan Jr had some original music in his; and I believe Fred Halsted’s Pieces of Eight as well. oh yeah, and some Al Parker directed films

I did a clip on youtube for Adam & Yves, well two actually … one is just the scene where Adam (Michael Hardwick) talks about seeing Greta Garbo walking in NYC, then you see that stealth footage shot by the director:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUBQGeRway8

But the real reason I wanted to let you know about this one was because of the Honey Man song that you’ve mentioned before, which I used almost the full song (had to cut off a few seconds since I can only post up to 15 minutes) along with a slideshow of some of the gorgeous shots of Paris as the two guys walk and drive around:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNHeg3i3-rA

Couldn’t remember if I told you about this one? I’ve been doing a lot lately and meant to mention it to you, along with the fact that youtube gave me another copyright claim for it. It turns out the actual title is Harlem Smoke, music by David Earnest as the credits indicate but with a phonographic copyright by Thomas J. Valentino, Inc. An instrumental and shorter version of the song is on youtube here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LaYYPJos5uE

Which I also found on a rare record, that came out in 1976, along with other music by David Earnest:

https://www.discogs.com/Unknown-Artist-Production-Music/release/1666450

Hope you don’t mind me letting you know about the clips that make me think of you and your blog, thought you’d be interested in this one.

quick one – I met David Earnest, if only briefly, at either a showing of a de rome film, or the documentary – and thanked him profusely for his music! very sweet man – and just looked up to make sure I got it right, and here’s a page on him – but THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU – I HAVE THIS TUNE CRANKING NOW – Honey Man, Harlem Smoke, whatevah!

John David Earnest

You are most welcome, I had read you talking about that song from way back here on your blog, before I remember ever hearing it myself. It’s very funky with or without the vocals, sort of a jazz fusion meets R&B funk hybrid sound. I doubt I ever would have connected these dots had I not posted it to youtube, and had their AI issue another copyright claim (which, for my small potatoes channel is pretty meaningless, they just want to make sure nobody monetizes other people’s music, and you can’t monetize anything there until you have 1000 subscribers which I’m not interested in anyway). But the sound quality on the official link to the song is far better than what I posted there for sure. That’s great that you got to meet David, thank you for the link to his website too, I’ve wondered about him and will check that out. Cheers bud.

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