She walks into the huge room with him and locks the door behind them. Turns, looks at him and says “You’re all mine now!” She walks up to him and rips the shirt off him. He backs her up against the wall and grabs the back of her head. With a handful of hair he kisses her deeply. She loves when he does that with her hair. Instantly makes her pussy wet. She reaches her arms around him and digs her fingernails into his back. She pushes him back but he resists. She pushes him harder and he snickers. She couldn’t really move him if she wanted to. He only lets her so she feels like she is in control. He backs up and she drops to her knees in front of him. He takes her hair but she pushes his hand away. She unzips his jeans and lets them drop to the floor. She bites the inside of his thigh as he moans. She reaches around and grabs his ass, he has the nicest ass she thinks. Her tongue teases his groin as she slides it into his briefs. His cock is already hard and awaiting her hot mouth. She starts to lower his briefs then stops. “Not yet” she says with a sly grin. She kneels up and pulls her shirt off over her head. Exposing tits that are longing for attention. Then dropping his briefs, with nipples hard, she sandwiches his cock between them and begins to stroke. The only words he utters is “Oh my God.” Once again he reaches for her hair and once again she pushes his hand away. She pulls back from him and says the following: “Did I tell you to touch me? Don’t do anything unless I tell you too. Understood?” His reply with a devilish grin is “Sure.”
Ending anything in life hurts. Whether it’s a job, a marriage, a friendship or anything else that doesn’t have any benefit in your life. BUT...when you end something and it hurts way TOO much, it’s time to re-evaluate and assess the situation. When the crying and feeling of loss outweigh the relief and freedom you are supposed to feel, maybe a mistake was made. Time to re-think the decision. Ask yourself the questions that maybe you didn’t ask before. Maybe you think you thought everything through and had your mind made up. You were strong in your conviction and knew what had to be done and then something changed. Maybe that ‘something’ was as simple as a word or a look. Maybe it was a feeling that crept up on you and caught you off guard. Maybe it was just a gut feeling. No matter what it was (or was not) now you are left in limbo, totally confused and unsure of what to do next.
So it all comes down to this day. She has lost count of the number of times she has been in the warehouse. The endless questions she had every time she would leave. Finding her shadow man and the journey they went on together for a short time. The emotional roller-coaster she has been on lately gave way to many more questions. Some he answered in their last visit and some she still wonders about. The biggest wonder is where do they go from here? The path before them has many roads and much thought must be given to each one.
There is truly no way to exit a relationship gracefully. Someone says goodbye and someone says no and it is done. There is always pain, there is always hurt. After years of trying, how long is one expected to hold on to a dream that will never be? How long do you strive towards a common goal that clearly will never be reached? Seeing minor changes in a relationship, when major changes are required, can sooner or later be seen as no change at all. Granted, I have always believed it takes two to make it and two to break it but when one is doing all the work, it seems senseless to keep working on something that just no longer benefits either one.
The soul wants what the soul wants. This is the truest of truths. Once it finds, identifies and accepts what it wants,the journey truly begins. It is often said that some people search a lifetime and never connect with another individual on such a level. It is not always easy to make such a connection. It requires a lot of energy and time, work and patience. If you are strong enough in mind, body and spirit and sometimes lucky enough to find this, it is all worth it. It is a bonding that goes beyond physical. It is spiritual and transcendental. It is the highest form of love. It goes much further than the simple words “I love you.”
From the moment you stepped into my world, I knew, in an instant that my life would change forever. Something about you, drew me in like a moth to a flame. Your smile that I knew was hiding the pain. The beauty that I saw was not what you saw, when looking into the mirror. The weakness hidden by the strength, the struggles and suffering that were never shown to others. Your smiling face that I knew was holding back the tears. The immense energy that you emitted when you walked into the room, was somehow dampened by the damage done by others.