Intensity 451

It’s another one of those days. I have no idea what I’m about to write as I have now started.

I do have some business to attend to. Firstly, if you haven’t seen my Liebster Award nominations, I posted them yesterday. There were a couple who would have been on my list of Liebes, but they have been nominated by someone else lately, so that would be redundant. Secondly, I’ve been delving into the portrait photography of Alexander Krivitskiy lately. I’ve headed my missives with his work many times, but I’ve downloaded a number of his portraits lately, and will feature his work for a short time. I like the way he catches emotion, desire, intensity, and sometimes playfulness on a monochrome canvas, although I have selected a couple of color shots as well.

Today’s haiku: Pinned

I’ve settled on my title now. Intensity 451 and a nod towards Ray Bradbury’s dystopian novel Farenheit 451. While some of my work is dystopian, and some is science fiction, my reference aims at the intensity of the physical – heat, touch, desire, need – yet I diffuse that intensity with cynicism and wit (hopefully), as well as word play.

I want to be touched by you, boop-boop-a-doop.

I want to touch you.

Is that me falling into the dom-sub wormhole? I think there is room for both in a single act of lovemaking. I want you to know what I want, and I may have to give you a little push to get it. Of course, you deserve satisfaction, too, and you may have to give me a hint.

Embers glow in the darkness,
my night, fired by passion,
held tight in your arms.

A transaction between us,
connection, flow.
You know what I need,
but I know how to get it.

Touch me – there,
I’ll kiss you – here,
Burn bright,
Set the night afire.

Greet the morn with disdain,
Begin the daily routine.
Wait for night’s return.

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