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Blossom

By D. Sager, published on Dec 1, 2011

Lightness, adrift but within my grasp always. Your like the blossoms of a tree, brushed off by the wind, yet still you belong to me, though we are apart. We are intertwined souls, mated by nature and God. Soon I shall lift you back up, from my roots you will be reborn to forever be one with me. Your my bloom my love, this tree will always sustain you. I long for you to be on my branches once again, the whole of nature in agreement with the union. Oh how naked am I, my lover! How my branches sway at the sight of you! Come clothe me with your fragrant beauty, and let us be made whole... (more)

Tags: love, relationships, romance, intimacy, blossom, tree

Alone In the Company Of Her

By D. Sager, published on Nov 27, 2011

We smiled our smiles, kisses burned

Feelings rushed one way

For me not returned

This is how I find myself

Alone in the company of her

First written in: opinionsofeye.com

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Tags: sex, love, relationships, mental health, alone, self esteem

The Queen, Part 3

By D. Sager, published on Nov 26, 2011

She tucked herself close to me, I covered her, encouraging her shelter. Pulling her close, my mind raced with anticipation. How will my queen reward me? Would she possibly let me be her king? How can I, plain and awkward, be a king? That would be.....I was yanked from my fantasy by her frantic tug. We walked quickly but as I turned to my familiar escape, down the lit side street to the paid parking...she pulled me down the alley, into the unknown, a dark way, a mysterious exit. It was a typical alley way by all estimations, lined part way with overflowing garbage cans, the rest lit gloomily... (more)

Tags: relationships, queen, dancer, alternative lifestyle

The Queen, Part 2

By D. Sager, published on Nov 25, 2011

The late afternoon turned to the late night, evidenced by the visible change in both volume and appearance of my queens subjects. The large middle aged blue collar slave, began to morph into, a slicker, more refined slave, those whose love for my queen, gave birth to other interests, like little meetings in the restroom, hushed conversation with obvious handshakes concluding their business. The toll my queen takes on her subjects spurred them on to more devious measures of support for her, their habit. I reached for what I thought was my last 10, and with disgruntled acknowledgment, got a small... (more)

Tags: sex, relationships, queen, dancer, codependence, alternate lifestyle, working

Little Signs

By D. Sager, published on Nov 24, 2011

Sitting at the window, you wait for the sound of me

Knowing your betrayal, you nervously wait to see.

Looking in my eyes, you seek for little signs

the knowledge of forbidden times.

Searching through my things for false pretense

believing I am like you, your incensed.

Take your paranoia, your imposed hell

Leave me alone, your not well.

How is it that, you can steal away

Me, your distant love, held at bay?

In the end you will regret to see

I'll leave you alone and take care of me.

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Tags: relationships, betrayal, forbidden, paranoia

The Violation of....

By D. Sager, published on Nov 22, 2011

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You shout at me, I try to ignore what you do Your always there, I try to behave You wont let me be alone, I don't want a shadow You don't let me talk, I'm to loud You never will give up, I try to run You make me afraid, I make excuses You influence my friends, I try to explain You hide and peek at me, I cant know where you are You intrude on my privacy, I just want to be alone You threaten my existence, I just want to be safe You make me do things, I'm embarrassed to say You sink lower in your life, I watch you fall You struggle to bring me down, I struggle to breathe... (more)

Tags: relationships, abuse, codependency, violate, threaten

Poisoned Love

By D. Sager, published on Nov 22, 2011

“Love does not last forever, then?" "He asked me the same thing this morning," she said. "No, it does not - not love that has been betrayed. One realizes that one has loved a mirage, someone who never really existed. Not that love dies immediately or soon, even then. But it does die and cannot be revived.” ~ Mary Balogh, Simply Perfect

I am surprised at myself. Being a spiritually enlightened man, well acquainted with my own faults, and well exercised at forgiving a mountain of offenses against me, have found myself at an insurmountable barrier. I have bitterness at a betrayal, no not... (more)

Tags: christianity, poetry, love, relationships, philosophy, psychology, self-improvement, suffering, self help

In Love With A Mystery

By Felicia Stevenson, published on Nov 20, 2011

I'm in love with a mysteryAll tied up in his own historyA puzzle left unsolvedYet I'm so heavily involved

Magical in your very existenceYou weaken my resistanceTake me to a higher levelFree my soul from all this evil

You are truly amazingYou make my heart singBut what is very confusingIs that you're unsure of anything

Be my muse, my inspirationBe my flame and feed my passion

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Tags: poetry, love, relationships

I Miss Me

By D. Sager, published on Nov 18, 2011

I gave you my desire, I gave you my fire, I gave you my touch I loved you so much I gave you my labor I gave you my anchor I gave you my shield I loved you to yield I gave you my years I gave you my tears I gave you understanding I loved you unending I gave you my nights I gave you my rights I gave you my soul I loved you to be whole I gave, you took I gave, you turned I gave, you went I gave, I miss me....

First written in: http://www.opinionsofeye.com/2011/01/i-miss-me.html

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Tags: poetry, love, relationships, philosophy, psychology, self-improvement, suffering, self help

Homosexuality and the Evangelical Church

By Thom Hunter, published on Nov 18, 2011

...guard against the temptation. I have wanted to die . . . but more often I just wanted to live . . . without this pull towards sin. I am your brother in Christ.

Hidden as I was, I knew others in church battled wrongful desires for satisfaction and fulfillment through homosexual relationships, pornography or other forms of sexual brokenness. Single and married, with or without children, they were maintaining the secret, living in fear, praying for a way out. We did not know each other, but struggled in isolation, praying no one would ever find out and that we would overcome in... (more)

Tags: religion, jesus, gay, parenting, marriage, relationships, divorce, homosexuality, abuse, Forgiveness, faith, church, christian, addiction, ex-gay, evangelical

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