Finding The Lover

Finding The Lover

In what full, circling center of
the painful joy born from
sweet free surrender and trust
do you finally meet your lover?

In what full, circling center of
the painful joy born from
sweet free surrender and trust
do you finally meet your lover?

The lover that you are, daring, unafraid of fear, bountiful and generous like the tidal oceans?
In love with the warm electric heat of your skin, the sensuous salt taste of your lovers sweat and saliva? A contented animal, cherishing the earth smell of your beloveds cum.

Safe that you will let them know now, what, when without reserve,
that you will say yes or no because that is your only answer.

The lover doesn't use a partner to satisfy an itch.
The lover meets their partner in the healing field of sexual love, recognizing each others souls among all others, bringing their finest treasures.
The skill of a life time of caresses.

The compassion of experience.
The naked lust of wanting to be closer, closest, one. As deep inside as possible, as prolonged as flesh allows, giving and taking every refined nuance of pleasure while delving for new languages....Hungry for their cries and your own. Giving it all up and over.

Fragile. Mortal. Flawed. Perfect.

Copyright 2013 Shain Stodt

Shain Stodt is the founder of Informed About Sex and the founder/moderator of the Facebook page Radical Women Talk Sex. A Sex Educator (IASHS), author, and community activist,  Shain became involved in sex education with the New York Women's Center, where she worked with the pioneering Abortion and Birth Control Outreach project and lectured on sex education in the public school system. Shain also developed sexuality workshops for the Women's Center and other feminist organizations, and hosted a local cable program on sexual issues in New York City. She lives in North Carolina. Shain can be contacted about professional engagements at: shain@informedaboutsex.com.
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