by Laura Nancy Eke-Uka
“I am a fan of hearts and flowers but if you love me, I need to feel the lust”
Is there such a thing as too young? Too young to know you want to show him; or maybe too young to know how to show it? How else can I make him realize I have all these emotions I feel? To make him see that every time he touches me, I feel a strain in my loins? Even our occasional bare skin brushes, send my mind on errands it can quite explain.
“There’s a fine line between love and lust”; they say. A line that emotion takes advantage of, as it makes it oh so blurry. Or is lust a type of love; a type where you want his body on yours? Where all you can do is imagine both bodies becoming one and moving in harmony, synchronized by the deep eruption of wanton pleasure.
As we ignore the world and embark on this journey that would change everything forever, I believe there is a place where lust and love can become one. If such a place with such allure truly exists, it would be called passion – a place that intensifies the desire to want you deep inside of me.
A haven that gives you power over me, power to destroy or power to save. In this sanctuary I can only be destroyed in order to be saved. A need for you to make my knees weak, then awaken me with a splurge of emotions and feeling as my body trembles beneath yours.
You can do with me as you please I am loyal to your supremacy; I am here to fulfill your every fantasy. Your tight hands around my neck as you fill up my insides, drives me to the moon and back.
I really want you so bad; flip me around and say you love me in reverse. Pull my hair back as you kiss on my back. Saddle me till we reach our destination, the climax of our emotions.
This is the only way I know how, I am a fan of hearts and flowers but if you love me, I need to feel the lust. I need a mix of love and lust. Love to make me know you would be with me forever and lust to know you, can make my body your slave forever.
Laura Nancy Eke-Uka is an escapist writer, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Telecommunication and Wireless Technology, from the American University of Nigeria.
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