Nikki Richards

Rookie (Palmdale, California)

The Power Of Love - Poem by Nikki Richards

She enters the room, purely floating on air
I gasp at her beauty, the long flowing hair
An aura surrounds her, of heavenly hue
I instantly worship my lady in blue

Passing by slowly, her eyes lock with mine
Submitting completely, I’m frozen in time
I fall at her feet, kiss the hem of her gown
In awe of her presence, I stay kneeling down

Did she read in my eyes, how I’m longing to serve
I’d wrap round her legs, but I haven’t the nerve
She glides smoothly past, unaware of my goals
Domination complete, she now owns my soul

Who are you my Queen, and where do you go?
I see her now joined by a handsome young beau
Oh, the pain in my heart, how I prayed she was free
The extent of my love, now she’ll never see

I’d envisioned my love on a throne of pure gold
Kneeling down at her feet I’d await to be told
Told where to kiss her, her body to please
Told when to stand, when to stay on my knees

The wonder of love is never the same
Sometimes it’s joy and, sometimes it’s pain
Dominating our love would bring her the pleasure
And all of the pain is what I would treasure

Just when I believed it was all just a dream
She’s walking toward me atop a moonbeam
“Don’t speak to me now” she says on the way
“If you do I’ll believe everything that you say”

Her soul entered mine, left the chains of this world
The strength of a Queen, the heart of a girl
Domination and power are all very real
But, the one with true power is the one who can kneel


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 2, 2011


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