Little Red Door

Behind the little red door
pleasures await your taste
mask yourself with ribbon
tied in bows around your face

Dim lights lure you to the floor
seductive beats compel hips
swaying with pulsing heat
strangers kiss you on the lips

Whatever fancy you desire
it awaits taking, insists
behind the little red door
tonight you say yes

Yes to the man with the rope
upon the stage, tying
suspending bound bodies
the webbed flesh flying

Dip into fountain flowing
yes to liquid chocolate drips
across nipples bared, shared
behind the little red door

Consenting adults freed
frolicking on velvet chaise
that rocking rhythm
gives you away

Behind the little red door
time and identity cease to exist
mask or no mask, no one will tell
— you have no name tonight

You will arrive you,Β leave new
you will ask for more
behind the little red door
knock-knock…

who’s there

~ EC

 

1.17.17

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38 thoughts on “Little Red Door

      1. Yes, it is. Is a fairly recent group of experiences for me, and I’m learning some interesting things about myself along the way. Working on a writing, but it’s one that will take some time and thought.

        Awesome! I’ll go listen now.

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      1. I would still love to post one of your 3 poem playlists in my Poets Speak feature if you want. Just let me know which 3 poems you would like to have included.

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  1. This is the third time I’m posting this comment. Why are they disappearing? I had asked you if you would be interested in providingbme with three readings for Poets Speak. This was a beaitifulbpiece and I loved how you repeated the little red door to make your point

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