Bound to Soar

Sexy Black Rope Bondage by mizsmith courtesy of indulgy.com

Sexy Black Rope Bondage by mizsmith courtesy of indulgy.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cloak my sight in velvet dark,
Hide away the day.
Blind me from the prying eyes
Until the world is far away.

Engulf me in your fantasy,
Tease me with your power;
Self controlled seduction,
Waiting to devour.

With silken cords, gentle touch,
Bind me till I’m free.
Wrap me snug, away from harm
Your voice, a constant melody.

Paint seduction with your lips,
Enflame me from within,
Till all I know and think and feel;
Your touch upon my skin.

Take my body, hard and deep,
Impassioned by your lust,
Steal my breath, dissolve my thoughts
Till I scream with every thrust.

Guide me safe and let me soar,
Fearless in my bliss,
Freed within your mastery,
To savor passion’s kiss.

There’s always been something extremely beautiful and seductive to me about rope bondage. Okay, so the reality is that I’d rather learn how to be the rigger (aka the person doing the tying), but I still think it’s incredibly beautiful.

Truth is, the first time I ever experimented with bondage, I was about 17 years old. I noticed that by taking away my (then) boyfriend’s ability to move, he was better able to relax and enjoy it, trusting me to take care of him. For me, that was empowering. When combined with something like sensory deprivation (blindfolds, etc.), it can be pretty mind blowing.

The thing to remember is that trust and communication are hugely important anytime you’re delving into these areas. Please, if you decide to play, have a safe word in place. And if you’re dealing in bondage, make sure you have a way to quickly release the person entrusting you with their safety so that if they panic, no one gets hurt.

By the way, I was interviewed Fiona Mcvie’s blog today, too. She likes to chat it up with authors, so I’d really appreciate if you checked it out. I even left an excerpt for my next book over there. 😉

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19 thoughts on “Bound to Soar

  1. FitsofWit says:

    If I smoked I’d need a cigarette right about now.
    That poem is the bees knees.
    I’ve done handcuffs but never ropes. I feel like a lot of research would have to go into knots. Like, do we do square knots? Sailor knots? I don’t want to get stuck and have to march into the emergency room looking like a ball of yarn.

  2. Sophia Rose says:

    Just popping by through the link from Anna’s blog. Beautiful poem evoking lovely images in my mind. I have a book on my wishlist that deals in shibari and I can’t wait to read it. Thank you for the safety reminder.

    • Kitt Crescendo says:

      Thanks, Emma. I think some people don’t realize that there can be a sense of freedom in not having to be in control of their bodies, but rather enabled to melt away into sensations. 🙂

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