• Nostalgia

    by  • June 4, 2015 • * Safe for Work *, Waxing Poetic • 2 Comments

    Saw a poem a while back, don’t know who wrote it, but it really made an impression on me so I wanted to share it:

    Slept with a Stranger

    Last night I slept with a stranger.

    I wasn’t pressured or forced against my will,
    but his pill instilled such a natural high.
    And still,
    he took his precious time
    to approach me out of curiosity
    and ask all the right questions.
    I showed reciprocity
    with some hesitations and no expectations.

    To my surprise,
    he was attentive to my sensations,
    evoking warmth and euphoria to alleviate my frustrations.
    Persistent pulsations (in),
    patient exhalations (out);
    an emotional and sensual orchestration throughout.

    A word was never spoken between he and I,
    but his myths, legends, and mysteries reflected blue hues in my eyes. (So deep.)
    Miles beneath his surface,
    I imagined his darkest secrets;
    Some funny, some sad,
    others hidden how he saw fit.
    Who was I to judge, you know?

    We’ve all got skeletons in our closet.
    And rib cages make for perfect coat hangers when your subconscious drowns your logic.

    It was pretty ironic, though,
    the way that he teased me on the surface;
    we both knew that staying was never really his (or my) intended purpose.
    But for the moment,
    neither of us cared…
    …whether we got lost while the moon just stared.
    The time we shared
    and the energy in the air,
    I swear it lead to a new beginning,
    the beginning of another day…

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    2 Responses to Nostalgia

    1. miss understood
      June 5, 2015 at 11:12 pm

      Thank you for posting.




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    2. Bundle
      June 6, 2015 at 8:10 pm

      Ever seen Looking for Mr Goodbar?

      As I remember, Diane Keaton’s character is murdered by the character played by Richard Gere.

      And I seem to remember that Isadora didn’t go through with her zipless fuck in the novel Fear of Flying.

      Stick to fantasies or role playing. Stay safe. Your relationship may benefit from exploring what’s going on upstairs as well as downstairs.




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