Update

I know it has been forever. I apologize. I would like to share that I graduated in May, after four long years, with my Masters in Social Work. I had to put some things on hold, i.e. pleasure writing, and write for research papers and exams. I am still getting my inspiration so bare with me. If you have ideas on topics you would like me to write about just drop a comment.

I am grateful for your support and I look forward to sharing my thoughts and adventures with you.

Stay classy, sexy, and a little nasty 😘

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Memories

I still get aroused

Thinking about that one night between us.

Even though it was more than a decade ago

I can’t get the memories out of my mind

Or longing to experience what we had once more.

I still find myself dripping

With anticipation

Of feeling you for the first time.

Feeling your body pressed against mine

Feeling your soft lips all over my body

As I trembled with anticipation

Eager to feel that pulsing sensation

Turn my dreams of you into reality.

The chemistry between us

Was like static electricity

Running hot and wild with passion

Whenever our eyes met from across the room.

I’ve never craved another as much as

I craved you.

I lived for the moment I could feel

Your lips all over me

Again.

I eagerly awaited how you’d take my breath away.

The force of passion between us

Couldn’t be measured;

It was insatiable.

I needed you as badly

As I needed my next breath of air

You needed me as much as

A drug addict needed their next fix.

I yearn to be desired that desperately

What I wouldn’t give to be desired that desperately…..

I was so nervous.

You were there,

So was I,

I replay it a million times in my mind.

Those kisses that make my body hot with desire,

Made my head spin,

And my heart beat out of control.

We lost ourselves in the purest moment

Over and over again.

I’ve never been so open,

I exposed all of myself to you.

You cared deeply,

I saw the way you looked at me.

It scared me.

I hesitated

Yet you never missed a beat.

Covered me with love and

Adoration.

It was real.

You and me.

That was real.

I’ll never feel that moment again

Except when I close my eyes

And envision you. Us.

The night we let everything go

And lived in the moment

Of pure uninhibited ecstasy

Passionate Reality

It was in my hopes for a promising future with you that I lost sight of myself.Had I been honest with my feelings you would have known you never really had a chance.

In all actuality, you are not even an option;

You are a convenience that ends nicely

When my love life has been a little lonely.

I love – our arrangements.

There are no questions asked

Just needs met.

I love – the morning after.

When I revel in a fraction of a fantasy all night laying in your arms

And mornings break brings about an excuse to leave without all the awkwardness,

Well, because you and I both know what time it is.

The distance between us builds that heightened expectancy of passionate pleasures.

My body gets right in tune with your vibe as soon as we lock eyes.

It’s an unspoken kindred feeling

An indescribable place of ecstasy that you take me to every time.

Every time I find myself yearning for more

Yet pulling back because I know you leave me more often than not unfulfilled

Outside of the parameters of making my body feel good.

So I fantasize about those places your tongue knows so well

I giggle to myself thinking about how your kisses feel.

Our unspoken chemistry is without boundaries

It may be more than even we can understand,

Yet your body knows mine,

And my body craves you undeniably.

So let’s cut this short and get down to what we both know we came here for.

Love Letter

The anticipation eats away at me:I don’t know how you will react when you read those words.

Those words that I wrote for you in a love letter,

Enclosing my heart inside the seal that I kissed.

Placing a forever stamp on the envelope

Because that is where you will be in my heart –

Along with all our memories.

It’s been so long since last I saw you.
Far too often I catch myself wandering in the distance

Of thoughts consisting of you, and only you.

I debate whether or not you think of me this way.

I feel manic –

A bit obsessed –

I just can’t seem to get you out of my head.
I wrote that love letter at least 1,000 times.

Took me 13 years to finally come to terms with the truth;

Yes, I love you.

I torture myself over and over

Wondering have I missed the opportunity

Or if you’d even remember…me?
Surely you can’t be

The same person I knew so long ago.

I know I’ve changed –

I wonder if you’d even like the new me?
Each line of my letter is a heart string

That plays a specific melody for

Every year that we could have been together;

Just you and me.

I wanted you to be swept away in adoration

And truly see the tenderness of my love.

You are the epitome of my desire;

The gift I’m now longing to keep.

I didn’t realize it then, but I am aware now

That all I have ever wanted

Was to live in your arms.

Where Is The Love?

“Where does love go if there is no one there to receive it?” pens a dear friend of mine in one of her poems entitled, To Him Whom I Love. I was enamored with that poem. It spoke of loving someone who has pulled away, no longer giving or showing the love they once professed. The natural desire to cling to what is left of that love left the person regrettably pained, confused and concerned, betrayed and yet still hopeful for something to give; for love to persist.

That’s how life is sometimes. Regrettably painful and enticingly surreal. But, where does love go if no one is there to receive it? I’ve spoken about what happens when the passion dies, but what if the passion is just dead? Gone.

Real love, not the superficial stuff people like to call love today, isn’t always glamorous. Some days it’s dull and boring. Some days it is non-existent. But how you know real from fake is by how those feelings make you react. Love is respectful. Love is a verb; an action. It doesn’t wait around or benefit from getting from others. It is selfless and giving. Even when there is nothing to gain from that giving. Being wrapped up in what love can do for you isn’t love; it’s greed.

Love is full of moments of bliss, don’t get me wrong. I mean, that’s how Hollywood makes all of its money from us; creating movies of surreal love with passion for days and romance for nights on end. We buy into it, thinking, “If only I could find a love like that,” forgetting for the moment that you possibly do have that type of love, it’s just flawed. If Hollywood really made a movie based on real life love, no one would go view it because who wants to see real life that is lived daily? We want fantasy! We want what is perfect; even if it is in a two-hour long movie.

Over the weekend I was feeling passionless. I had watched a movie that left me feeling empty inside. Those feelings turned into thoughts and those thoughts into words to my significant other about how I wasn’t sure if what we had was ‘lasting’. In my defense, long distance relationships have never been a good look on me. But I wasn’t being fair. I wasn’t taking into account his feelings. He felt the same as I did; that it seemed we were pulling away from each other and he really missed being with me.

I was being selfish. I was also being unrealistic. Letting go of what we had, which was so magical only a few weeks ago, wasn’t the answer. The passion and love is still very much there, however, I need to go about things differently. Voicing my concern to him allowed him to understand that I wasn’t happy. He no longer assumed things were okay. So he opened up about what he was feeling. Often times we hold things to ourselves and think our significant others can read our minds, which then creates frustration when they don’t. Now is that fair?

If you are unhappy with the way something is, be the one to make a change. Otherwise, stop complaining. After voicing my concerns, he planned a trip to come visit, started sending random texts throughout the day so I knew he was thinking of me and loved me, and told me to expect something in the mail. All while I was doing the same. We found what worked for us. Now in your situation, think outside the box and find answers that work for you.

The key is communication. That will forever be the number one rule in a relationship. People aren’t mind readers. In communicating, it is important to be specific about your needs, while not coming off as demanding, but realizing you may need to compromise, at least for a moment sometimes.

I want my significant other to be here. However, until he has been accepted for a job here, he doesn’t feel comfortable moving and not being able to provide. How can I not respect that? At least this one thinks about the future for “us” and not just himself. That was a compromise I was willing to accept because at least with a visit, we get to see one another.

I know in my first marriage I stopped conversing with him because he wasn’t interested in talking. He was in the market for blaming. As long as I accepted the fact that everything wrong in our marriage was my fault, he was on board to stay together. That clearly is not a healthy relationship. Nor was him trying to fight me. Needless to say, that marriage ended based on my own safety. You have to know when to let it go and when to fight harder to keep things going.

If there’s one thing I’ve learned, it is that you stay in the ring as long as you have someone to fight with you. Once they start fighting against you, consider if it’s worth pushing through or throwing in the towel.

2 a.m.

I feel you moving; restless in your sleep.
Then I feel your fingers find me.
Wandering in lustful places that
Soon stir my curios appetite.
The fluorescent light from the clock says 2 a.m.
My body says fuck it, let’s do this right now.

Your arms grab me close from behind
As I feel your manhood pressed firmly against my thigh.
Our body heat rises, my nipples feel firm
As you taste them with your tongue
It’s driving my crazy, how badly for you I yearn.

Your hand parts my thighs and I feel you pressing gently against my lips.
Wetness engulfs him as my head spins.
Our bodies intertwine and become tangled in the sheets.
Our dreams become blurred reality
As the minutes and hours turn.

In the wee hours of the morn
I moan in ecstasy as your rhythm is so intoxicating.
I come so effortlessly, again and again.
The grip of your hands on my body in the dark
I whisper, come for me,
And I feel you burst from pure elation
From our pleasurable rendezvous.
I love our 2 a.m. appointments.
I love them more because they are with you.

As we lay completely spent
Smiling and snuggled close.
I feel elated and overjoyed
To have this moment to our own.