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Bound

by Roman Gabrielo 3 years ago in love poems

Inspired by a Submissive Lover

Bound

Not by lace, or silk scarves

But hemp rope, taut leather

A spacer bar ‘tween her legs

To keep her wide open

For Master to enter.

No moan can be uttered

For her speech is restrained by

Ball gag wedged in her mouth

Hands inside the small of back

Palms up so he can grip

And pull her where he sees fit.

Key-locked heart, twisted vines

Blood roses, avian flight

Yet all are still, while she’s tied.

Bound?

Porcelain skin relaxes in

Rope wraps ‘round her body

It tightens her soft soul

The bar makes vulnerable

Her sacred part, exposed

Yet it drips, down to chrome

Tongue can’t move, gag set deep

But examine close, use keen eyes

She smiles, she wants, she needs

This hard isolation

For it frees her captive soul

To be bound

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Roman Gabrielo is a writer from the San Francisco Bay Area. He specializes in erotic short stories, namely his 48XTC series that explores encounters stemming from a mysterious phone app. Follow him on Snapchat : Alamedaking510

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