Wednesday, September 2, 2009

i woke up again at 3 this morning and couldn't fall back asleep
i lay there thinking about you - imaginging/remembering your hands on me
your hands feeling me, making me feel,
moving my body to where and how you want it
i ached to have you there and not imagined

this is something very new
previously i cringed at the thought of what you must feel touching me
so i never really experienced the feel of you on me
and i dont think you felt right to take command of my body

i never had this kind of aching before
now i can't imagine going back
i think you feel the right of it now
i hope it is pleasing for you
i hope it becomes part of you


  1. and you say you are not a writer

  2. Sir J,
    Thank you. The vast majority of my writing involves statistics, citations, and technical gobbleygoop. I have no idea where this came from - like a lot of new things these days.

  3. I have been a technical manager all my life and all of my writing consisted of statistics and citations and technical gobbledygook also. It is very surprising when you let yourself go and decide to write prose or poetry.

    I have found that the disciplines I learned in all those years of technical writing still apply and make my writing more effective. Not so much the content but the style and context, I think you will find the same thing to be true for you, good luck.

  4. David,
    I hadn't ever thought about writing for anything but work. I don't really enjoy the process, although, for my work writing, the results are decent. Putting my feelings onto paper, as it were, is completely new. Thanks for reading.

  5. Your evolution is awesome.

    And I see that your writing has always been lovely.