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Aisling Murrow

+An exquisite red-headed mermaid in Minneapolis 2/6-2/10
Phoenix 2/15-2/20

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Let us unfurl in this new misty spring twilight. As the blossoms burst to life on the trees, as the flowers wiggle to the surface, our story is only beginning.

I’m Aisling (pronounced Ashling). I’m delighted that you’ve found yourself here. I’m an adorable ginger companion. I’m based out of Central Vermont. With my passport in hand, I am ready to meet you anywhere. I like goofing around, giggling as much as having serious conversations about the problems that face our culture.

I’m a ravenous reader. Recently I’ve been working my way through the dense and enchanting cannon of Octavia Butler. I also adore poetry, from the haikus of Basho to the raw and heart wrenching work of modern day poet Denise Miller. I’m also eager for the poetry of the everyday, the Sestinas that we will co-author after a day of romaing conversations, Carbenet Savioungon and slow food.

I’m based in the northeast of the U.S. and love that this pursuit enables me to to wander regionally and beyond. Feel free to contact me and propose an appointment in the northeast of the U.S. or in your own domain.

The Look

Aisling Murrow is a 5'2", all natural, 28 year old woman with shoulder length red hair and green eyes.

She is available for Men, Women, Couples, and TV/TS.


I love being outside- hiking, running, crosscountry skiing & swimming. I’ve travelled to numerous countries and can’t wait to see more of the world. Gardening, reading, cooking, weight lifting, dancing and goofing around are passtimes that light my fire. Maintaining strong community & caring for my surroundings are two of my most important values.


As a low volume poet, I only visit with upscale individuals who meet my screening requirements including 2 references from other companions, or a LinkedIn account along with a discreet email or call from a listed and identifiable email or phone number.

I’m available 9 am-10 pm. Upon arrival, leave my donation in an unmarked, unsealed envelope in the bathroom or somewhere visible to me. If we meet in public, you may hand it to me tucked inside of your favorite book or card.
I will be well groomed and tidy and expect the same of you. Bad breath is a particular turn off for me.

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