12 Days of BDSM Christmas 2017 – #9: Interlude III: Rite of Passage

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IT comes in fragments now,

Like images reflecting off pieces of broken glass,

Shifting, changing,

The more you move.

 

I remember the bed made up for me on the ground level,

I recall the wooden stairs that creaked so loudly that

When I awoke at the dawn of a new day,

I feared I would wake your house.

 

I remember the bed sat against a window that

Looked into the backyard pool.

I remember the name of the lively dog,

Who would wake me at the light of day.

 

And I remember you,

Tired and yet wide eyed,

Sneaking down the stairs

Dressed in a loose pink night dress that

Barely covered your breasts or your legs.

I remember the way your dark hair curled

Around your eyes.

I remember that look in your eyes,

You had to have more,

You had to see me.

Why else would the dawn wake you?

 

I know we kissed

Heavily

Lovers that had the world

Lovers that forgot time itself

I know you straddled me sometimes

Because I can sometimes still hear your giggle,

Soft and mischevious.

But now Iโ€™m old

And time itself has forgotten me.

 

So like fragments,

I have the world

And I have the memories.

I have the memories

And I have the sounds.

I have the sounds

and I have the sights.

 

And I remember,

Twisting the pool cue,

Sliding it deeper,

Hearing the whispered catch on your breath,

Catch on the guttural animal cry

escaping your lips

As you beg me to let you come.

 

It comes in fragments now,

The trembling subsiding,

The breathing slowing,

The waves of sleep surrounding us,

Dream taking over us.

 

Creativity begs torture

Sometimes I donโ€™t mind,

Sometimes I do.

Glass can cut.

5 thoughts on “12 Days of BDSM Christmas 2017 – #9: Interlude III: Rite of Passage

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