Beanery Online Literary Magazine

September 18, 2009

Her Gift

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BEANERY ONLINE LITERARY MAGAZINE

HER GIFT

Dmitri

From her concealment, I take her measure:

Compliant one she is—I bind her hands.

Her only purpose becomes my pleasure;

willing, waiting, she thrives on my commands.

Held in respect as ought this awesome gift,

I touch her cheek as in her eyes I see

her love for me. My moves will not be swift:

her pain intense—immersed in it will be.

Contrasting now I gently stroke her hair.

Here shoulder length it falls, sweet scented, long,

over comely neck and to her breasts laid bare.

Her gentle moans melodious: her song.

This one, my love, cares now not but to please

relieve her Master’s mind—and give him ease.

 © 2001 by Dmitri Irtimid

ADDITIONAL READING:

Regrets

“DATING WHEN FIFTY-SOME:” A Guy’s Version

SHE’S A CANDLE

DAVID Part 1 of a 10 Part Romance Story

SHOULD I REVEAL OR BURY THE FAMILY SECRET?

SEVENTY YEARS OF LOVE

RAINBOW’S END Part 1

Why women stay in abusive relationships: Is this the right question?

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3 Comments »

  1. This was written some years ago when I chatted in a BDSM room. The title HER GIFT is by “jen” and was edited by “o” . I think o switched “not now” to “now not”.

    This is in the Shakesperian Sonnet form where the rythem is: da deee, da deee, da deee, da deee, da deee . This is known as “iambic pentameter”. To keep this rythm, line five which reads “Held in respect ought this awesome gift,” should read “Held in respect as ought this awesome gift,” (This line stands corrected. Carolyn)

    The convention in the BDSM chat room is to use small letters for the subbies name (jen not Jen) and always capitalise references to the Dom (His never his, Master never master).

    If you like the sonnet form (not neccesarrily the material) used here look up the Shakespeare sonnet the first line of wich is “That time of year thou may’st in me behold…” You will see as here three groups of four lines and a concluding couplet all in iambic pentameter.

    Comment by Dmitri — September 19, 2009 @ 6:25 pm | Reply

  2. Oh Dmitri is my artists name. At the time this was written I spelled it Dimitri and reversed the last letters as a made up last name so my name was “Dimitri Irtimid” . Just call me Dmitri .

    Comment by Dmitri — September 19, 2009 @ 6:55 pm | Reply

  3. I MUCH ENJOYED YOUR POEM – BUT HAD TO READ IT A SECOND TIME AFTER ACCESSING YOUR COMMENTS – TO GET THE DOMINANCE/SUBMISSIVE IDEA. VERY SUBTLEY AND SWEETLY PUT – HOWEVER, I’M NOT INTO SHAKESPEAREAN SONNETS. WRITE POETRY A BIT MYSELF, BUT NOT LATELY. SEE MY SHORT STORY
    “MANUELA’S MISSION” IN AUGUST OR UNDER MY NAME AT RIGHT. HAVE AN ARTICLE IN OUR JUST PUBLISHED BOOKLET ON THE GEYER WHERE I WORK. MAYBE I’LL MEET YOU AT CAROLYN’S IN OCT.

    KATHY

    Comment by Kathleen Clark — September 29, 2009 @ 5:57 pm | Reply


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