I am sunken low and depleted, for reasons, these reasons, those reasons, the other reasons, all of which bore even me. My boy is charming me, being cute and funny and papering over the widening cracks with tenderness.
He writes, bolstering me during the tedious day with email after email full of kindnesses and beauty. He ends one with:
“I miss you Ma’am and again I’m thinking about you sweetheart…”
The ‘sweetheart’ (sweetheart!) is unlike him, a terrible powerful sweetness, he is wrapping me up to care for me, pulling me into him, petting me gently, letting me know I am ok to rest there against him, small and partly broken and sad. I want to curl up there and try not to cry, I hate to cry, but sometimes a single tiny powerful terrible sweetness will draw it out.
'Sweetheart'? The lad's forgotten his place. Next he'll be calling you 'Hon'. Stop the rot now, Ferns!
Anonymous XXXXXX: Ha! Smartarse!!
You know, if my 'domliness' was so easily threatened I would hand back my Dommie McDomme card right now.
Anyone who follows your writing would never question your abilities to Dominate the lucky sub who serves you.
Wow … talk about power transfer. I am VERY new to the lifestyle ( I am not even looking for a Domme as of yet) but it would seem to me that it is when the Dominant is feeling at her lowest, it would be the primary job of the sub to step in and do whatever is required to ensure her position. This is the time when a sub proves his true worthiness. In my opinion, he did exactly was needed and this post helped to demonstrate just how nuanced a D/s relationship really is.
Does this make sense to you?
robert: I would hope not! Any questioners shall be forced straight down into the dungeon to be chained naked to the wall where the plague-ridden rats will eat them from the toenails upwards!
Thank you for the very kind compliment.
slapshot: “…it would seem to me that it is when the Dominant is feeling at her lowest, it would be the primary job of the sub to step in and do whatever is required…”
Oh, you are learning exactly the right things! Kudos to you!
And yes, you are making absolute perfect sense – he *does* do the right things to look after me when I am down.