an individual body makes an impression against another only if both bodies get go of their fears.
it’s not easy to let go of your fears when the city is fast & mean & everywhere you go that seems to get you connected to something only seems to pull you away from something else you loved.
an individual body makes an impression against another only if both bodies actively recognize this act of letting go.
the point of writing, if we operate under the impression that all writing i do has intention, is about letting go of the notion that there is always something better out there.
yes, there probably are better words out there, but for now, in a whisper, i let you make an impression.
his body [or, insert name here] touches mine. lips first, delicate initially, as cheeks graze and his stubble cuts hard into the kiss.
even as you allow him to make an impression, a greater awareness of your own body lingers through the motions. can you trust him to gave yourself up in this manner? will he know what it takes to make you feel unburdened?
to verb, this act, the flow of the words, weaken, when the awareness [of your own body] starts…to fade. the impression, finally, is made.