He turns the key, thankful to be home.
To rest his wary head but for a moment
Is his only thought.
His mate —
The queen of his heart, is home early.
She surprises him with hugs and kisses
And a meal fit for a king.
He eats —
His satisfaction shows in body and soul.
He adores his his darling bride
For she is his everything.
She leads —
He follows willingly.
She has drawn him a bath
To soak away the stress of his day.
At first —
He resists, deeming her gift not ‘manly’.
But he obliges his queen
For he hates to hurt her loving heart.
He soaks —
He is soothed and relaxed.
He rinses the suds away and so also goes
His stress, down the drain.
He reflects —
He is pleased and also amused.
He utters, “Perhaps ‘manly’ men
Take baths after all!”
She smiles —
She leads him to their bed.
“Perhaps my ‘manly’ man
Would like a massage?”
He’s thrilled —
“I’d love that sweetheart,
How thoughtful you always are!
You certainly know how to please me.”
She blushes —
She makes him comfortable.
Her delicate hands soothe him well.
His muscles, once tight, are now relaxed.
He stretches —
He is pleased and thanks her profusely.
He kisses her caring hands
And caresses her cheek.
He dozes —
She kisses him tenderly.
“Rest now, my love,
For you’ve toiled long and hard today.”
She rises —
He rouses and takes her hand,
“Stay a while beside me, my queen,
Hold me close to your soul.”
She chuckles —
Sweetly, she brushes his furrowed brow.
She kisses his tired hands
As soft music plays in the background.
She says —
“Anything for you, my love,
Beside you I’ll stay, holding you close
As long as you need. ”
She stays —
She is his queen and he is her king.
He rests his head on her bossom
Snuggled close to her heart.
He’s aroused —
His queen knows exactly what to do.
And so she loved him generously
From evening until sunrise.
They talk —
Their conversations are endless.
They thrive on each other’s words.
They speak a language many don’t understand.
Their love —
It transcends all others.
Friends, soul mates, lovers and more.
Together they soar as their love comes alive.
Song: “I Choose You”, Sara Bareilles
Contents written: July 14 2916 | Copyright © 2016 Moylom Enterprises