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His Treasured Slave
by   Susana

I stand before you,
proud and complete, my head held high.
I draw myself up to my full 5 foot -3
and look you evenly in the eye.

Softly, firmly, I say to you... "I am your equal in every way."

You nod slowly at me,
a smile touching the corners of your lips.

With full presence of mind I move slowly to my knees.
My body bows before you and my head follows its lead.

Softly, firmly, I say to you... "I am your equal in every way."

You nod slowly at me,
a smile touching the corners of your lips.

Slowly, I prostrate myself before you.
Laying at your feet, gently kissing each one.

Softly, firmly, I say to you... "I am your equal in every way."

You nod slowly at me,
a smile touching the corners of your lips.

You gaze down at me, softly, lovingly.

I close my eyes and begin to speak from my heart.

I am your equal in every way - and today...
the choice my heart freely makes is to offer myself.
As your lady, your partner, your friend, your lover...
As your slave.

Today, my Lord, I offer me.
Your equal in every way -
To serve as your slave.

And as the tears spill down my face,
you lower yourself to me and take me into your arms.

I hear you whisper,
"You, my love, are my equal in every way.
And after today, you shall be known throughout the world
as the treasured slave of a blessed man."
        
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Poem ID: 40112   Poem Posted: 8/6/2000
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