Wednesday, July 29, 2009

whispers in the wind...


'it is a beautiful moment when a woman realizes that..who owns her is her love Mistress, and the Mistress realizes the girl she bought, looking up at her, tears in her eyes, is Her love slave' (adapted from Beasts of Gor, Pg.236)

however, John Norman published his work 40 years ago, and misconceptions about women are what make his books susceptible to critique: it is NOT a male virtue to lovingly care and accept the power exchange that is typical for a working D/s relationship. Femaleness expresses itsself in many ways and it is a VERY female attribute to care and love and nurture and teach...the ability to conceive the love and trust given..to wield it for the best of Mistress and sub...are very female in nature...the sensitivity for emotions and love, mixed with a superior understanding of the submissives expressions can intensify the D/s relationship...the deeper understanding of the emotions involved being part of her natural feminity that simply leave no doubt about her Leadership and enable her to Dom so very superbly..causing the sub to excel her own abilities for the deep sense of safety in her helpless devotion, allowing her to submit with all her heart in the awareness that she is known inside out...

it is this awareness of her femininity that awakens an awareness of my submission i ve never known...her natural self confidence that she wields as lightly as a feather that crashes down on me like a thunderstorm, leaving me in a whirl of emotions every description would fail at...

her mastering me makes me forget my hot tears dripping on my hands on the keyboard as well as my giggles and sighs of love or stunned silence that rises goosebumps all over my body in my admiration of her and my desire to be pleasant for her and to a state of constant alertness and an inner consciousness of a deep devotion for her...

however...mostly I simply can't understand how she guides me...I kneel because it is the natural thing to do...I need not understand...I simply do...


...and end in helplessly stammering

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