Gladiator Breaker

14 December 2008 10:21

YouthGladiator BreakerChicago, IL — Sometime between Midnight and Noon on Sunday, December 14, 2003, after an evening celebrating Pictures with Santa as the President of Seattle Men in Leather, Dave Lewis passed away of an apparent heart attack… apparently while cruising the internet for sex, logged on as Gladiator Breaker.

I was supposed to have lunch with Daddy Dave that day, but he never showed up. It wasn’t like Dave at all. I called my Dragon brother, Gene, to find out if he had heard from Dave. He hadn’t. Later that day Gene found Dave’s body. That was five years ago today.

Last night I was at the CHC Clubhouse in Chicago with my boy Derek. At 23:00 we raised our glasses and drank a toast in Dave’s memory. At the same time in places from Seattle to St. Louis my brothers and sisters in the Dragon Clan did the same. Afterward, I took Derek up to the dungeon, tied him down to a floating bondage table and punched his cock and balls until he screamed and shot a thick load of cum all over himself and my rope. I know Dave would have enjoyed watching that scene. He was a twisted fucker and I loved him. He taught me more about being a man than a leather man and I miss his counsel greatly.

Today, I was looking through old pictures and came across the one above of him holding my first collared boy, Chris. He left too soon for my liking, but I am thankful that before he did, he brought the Dragons together as a family. While I doubt I can ever live up to the example he set, it is still an example I strive to achieve.

It might be a little egotistical, but I like to think he’d be proud of the way I grew up.

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3 Responses to “Gladiator Breaker”

  1. gloria Says:

    Tony it is never egotistical to think hed be proud of the way you grew up. He would and is somewhere shining right through you and all you have become and will continue in your journey. Be proud of yourself and all that lies within you from his knowledge that you continue to pass on to others. I love you and are in my thoughts.
    g

  2. fang Says:

    your post and tribute touched this slavedog SIR – we both have veyr similar thoughts and feelings it thinks regarding those we love, respect and look up to to guide us.

    it thinks Daddy Dave would be very proud.

  3. Tom Says:

    Yes, based what I know of you through this blog and the handful of opportunities I’ve had to see you and chat with you at various events, I’d say Dave would be proud of you, indeed.