She thought that apples in the morning would be a nice touch before we went to the Temple. I’d have to agree, because I hadn’t eaten one in so long. It was delicious and I ate it right down to the core. Reminded me of an old book I read when I was very young. I think it was called Heartbeat.
My red dress matched the Temple and all the other tourists were very underdressed, I thought.
I like being playful. Rolling around a bed biting and tickling, making small shrieks of enjoyment and pleasure. The pleasure building up inside, practically peaking with contemplation of what is yet to come. Brushing of skin to skin contact in play, with eyes that don’t quite correspond. Eyes that want more. Eyes that want my body to be grabbed and held tight and forced into position. I want to be rocked like waves caressing my curves, and touched gently with a firm hand.
Yes, yes. I like to be playful.
In retrospect though, I like to lurk deeper than my metaphorical love for myself.
Sometimes I dwell in the madness that resides deep under my skin. I want to hide and be seen. I want to dig my teeth into flesh and be bitten. Tamed and ridden. I want to show all that I have to offer so I can be given even more than I can handle. I like being teased and pushed to my brink of insanity. Because I am never truly sane. I am waiting to be stimulated mentally to show all that I am, is both mental and physical. I am nearly delirious at any given moment. Don’t ask me to distinguish between reality and fantasy because I blend them both with my color palate. Im ready to ramble and roll on my back at any given point of any day. I’m excited by the wandering eyes. Im excited period.
In contrast to my previous post.
When I put my body on display like this, it is the most I can give. I like the awkwardness. The realness of it all. The most I can show. Im saying here I am, take me as I am and interpret me as you will. Hold me to as high of a regard as you please, because there can be no harm done. I’ve already put myself through the ringer of judgement. I have decided that I am ok like this. I am ok with this. I have accepted myself and accepted others. I love seeing people and what they have to share and to offer and I respect that. I respect our natures, no matter how diverse or unusual.