Tuesday, June 19, 2012

One Line ~ Inspiration

You touched my body with thousands of strokes of cane, flogger, whip, paddle, and more. You captured my mind with every clamp, clothespin, blind fold, and bite you administered. You claimed my soul with every invasion of plug, dildo, hook, finger, and cock. You won my spirit with every new adventure through the darkness. You care for my heart when I give it into your hands for safekeeping.
You break me into a million pieces each time I am allowed to attend to you...you break me apart and put me back together again, each time in new and exciting ways. There is much I have learned about myself in our time together and so much more yet to learn. I yearn for the dark places we share, I thrive in the shadows that are our playground.

I am Your whore...Your sacred whore. Touched, captured, claimed, won, and cared for.

© Dawn C. Davis ~ 2012

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Static / Evolve / Status Quo Ante

Static: showing little or no change
Evolve: to undergo gradual change; develop

We as human beings are naturally evolving, in fact I doubt that it is truly possible for advanced human beings (or human beings in general) to be static. We are constantly exposed to new stimuli, new situations and conditions, the very nature of which forces some type of adaptation (i.e., evolution, change).

Because of this I firmly believe that relationships between two or more individuals also then cannot remain static; they must evolve, adapt to fit the new situations that continually crop up in our lives.

One of the [many] problems is that people as a general rule are afraid of change. This is not really a surprising thing because change can sometimes bring about loss, instability, the unknown. How do we deal with these things? Is this the major source of issues in our relationships today?

I, personally do not believe we can maintain mental, emotional, or physical health if we remain static...in ourselves, our own lives, and most certainly within our relationships.

To thrive and be rich in love, friendship, all relationships, we must allow growth and change to occur. Stifling this is unhealthy and damaging.

From Wikipedia: Status quo, a commonly used form of the original Latin "statu quo" – literally "the state in which" – is a Latin term meaning the current or existing state of affairs. To maintain the status quo is to keep the things the way they presently are. The related phrase status quo ante, literally "the state in which before", means "the state of affairs that existed previously".