The Grammar of Desire

pronoun:  I want you.  You desire me.  We are connected.   

verb:  These moments drive my imagination.   Your eyes speak volumes about the feelings stirring within.  A bit of pain and pleasure you inflict on a naked canvas that desires you.

adjective:  I feel your rough hand caress not only my body but my intellect.    My mind is alert and patiently waiting.  I am blissfully aware.

dangling participle:  Waiting and wanting, the silence between us erotic.

Music mood: “Metal and Dust” – London Grammar

Neurally yours xo

 

Published by The Pleasure Proseur

I'm a writer and a lover not a fighter, except if I really want something.

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