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The Lion and the Lamb

Updated on December 21, 2014
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the lion and the lamb

The Gift

The stage curtain opens and on the floor did walk,

my gallant leading man of sorts, at least for once this night.

His role you see is director and conductor

And I his obedient puppet lady…..

I crave the direction, for him to pull my strings.

I dance and lift a hand to his mouth, a blush upon my cheek, fire in my veins...

Splay a thigh to his request, or on bended knee I bow…..

The scene suddenly dark, the light snuffed out. … oh my blindfolded eyes reveals

the sweet aromas of leather and sweat…… senses are heightened, salty and bittersweet.

Sounds amplified, silence deafening……. To make me wait and hear the ticking of the clock…..as time stands still, he orchestrates the music and the tempo.......

Anticipation, anxiety, surprise…….. first ice and then heat…….. soft words ….. arousal…………want and desire....... denial or release......... all at the tip of his baton.

Memories of lessons past, roles that brought applauds…… craving the kindest reviews,

billboard status……. and reward, oh sweet satisfaction for my drama played, a standing ovation!

My playwright stops and stalls the scene, characters frozen in time

He leans forward to have my ear……….. his lips upon my lobe he bites

And reminds me of The Gift he says……… bring it to me……… finish the final act my sweet……..

So upon his sculpted chest I lay, the object of his obsession.

A possession so prized it is earned ...... and given to my maestro as the Ultimate Gift......... my submission.

Copyright © 2011 Lvanhorn All Rights Reserved

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    PETER LUMETTA 5 years ago from KENAI, ALAKSA

    Very sensual and erotic poem. Bravo! Peter

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    writinginalaska 5 years ago from southeast Alaska

    thank you Peter. it was a challenge piece I recently composed for my writing class. I am thinking of changing it to third person rather than first person. Your thoughts? lvh

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    PETER LUMETTA 5 years ago from KENAI, ALAKSA

    That would change the intensity of it. But what is it you are trying to convey? I liked it fine the way it is. Try it see how it feels. Peter

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    writinginalaska 5 years ago from southeast Alaska

    nuf said, Trying to convey the scene, the raw emotions, the exchange between the two of them. But "I" am not the woman in the poem, it was just written that way. thank you for your feedback. :) lvh

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    Richard Francis Fleck 5 years ago from Denver, Colorado

    Nicely written with a clear and sensual sense of purpose.

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    writinginalaska 5 years ago from southeast Alaska

    thank you for stopping by Juneaukid, always nice to see you and receive your feedback. lvh

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    Marina Lester 5 years ago

    Very erotic!! ;) You write this with a lot of heated excitement! Can't get hotter than this! Performance, submission, "...all at the tip of his baton." Works in two ways as poetry often should :) Great job writinginalaska!

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    writinginalaska 5 years ago from southeast Alaska

    Oh!!! That made my day Marina :) Thank you for the wonderful compliment. "all in the tip of his baton" yep that's my favorite line! a double entendre for sure. Thank you very much! lvh

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    must65gt 5 years ago

    That every man could offer and receive the passion embedded in this composition. Well done

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    writinginalaska 5 years ago from southeast Alaska

    my humble thanks for your kind comments Must65gt, so glad you stopped by for a read. Please linger a bit longer and have a read of another piece of mine https://hubpages.com/literature/Hush-me-Now...

    I think you might enjoy as well. lvh

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    CodeMaster 5 years ago from Alaska, Anchorage

    I can't quite place it but the way you formatted it... the flow. It's amazing. I want to figure out what you did and use it. It's wonderful. I found myself pulled in and envisioning all kinds of things- nothing perverted mind you, but beautiful. Very well done!

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    writinginalaska 5 years ago from southeast Alaska

    thank you for your kind comments CodeMaster. You might also enjoy https://hubpages.com/literature/Hush-me-Now... It is one of my favorites. The formattting/style for The Lion and the Lamb is uniquely my own. If it has a proper name I am not aware of it. You should hear this poem read outloud, amazing. ;)

    lvh

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    Del Banks 4 years ago from Southern Appalachians

    Absolutely incredible...it must be those long Alaskan nights that feed your thought processes to that erotic extreme. The metaphores and the symbolism......very well done and very thought provoking.

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    writinginalaska 4 years ago from southeast Alaska

    Then my mission is accomplished Badegg, to create poetic metaphores and symbolism in the reader's mind. A writer's "hook" indeed! Yes, winters nights are long here, but that has little to do with it. ;) Thank you for the heartfelt comment on this piece. lvh

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