I want you to heal:
Wrinkle your forehead
Take off your glasses
Close your eyes
Hold on tight to the good times
Lock the bad ones away in tiny box and throw it in the ocean
Remember why you fell in love
Appreciate the moments you shared
Thank Him for allowing you to see His truest form of love, your children
Don’t wipe the tears
Take a deep breath
Laugh out loud till you cry again
Hold your pillow close to your chest
Squeeze it tighter
Smooth out the wrinkles
Know that in time the lines will disappear like the lines on your heart
Hold your face in your hands
Give thanks…. just because
Take a deep breath
Inhale the love
Exhale the pain
You’ve just started the healing process, repeat daily until you realize; it doesn’t hurt to breathe anymore
The Oral Caress
by Robert W. Birch
Cradled between your tender thighs I lift you to my mouth. The abundance of your wetness greets me and my mouth overflows with your warm essence. Your sweet taste is on my tongue and your fragrance delights my senses. No gentle lick this visit. No bashful cautious approach For I wish to consume you.
Push against my hungry mouth As the tip of my tongue slides up the slippery furrow that welcomes me between rows of delicate pink petals. Thrust against my generous tongue.
Show me the power of your desire for my oral caress. My exploring tongue lifts the hood and finds your smooth firm pearl. You squeal in that unique way, signaling that I have found your special spot. I harden in response.
My jaws protests what my open mouth provides but I am unrelenting in my gift, intent only on your fulfillment. I feel your body tense, and you are quiet now… Concentrating… bearing down. Soon now my love, ecstasy approaches.
You push hard and fast against my tongue, shameless in using me and I so willingly comply until you cry out… and in your satisfaction, I will find mine, But mine will be the greater.