She never minded the scars I carved. She'd beg me for more, and as her wrists were tied in knots. I'd make sure another night was never forgot. Sure, she'd struggle, much as any of us must. But she was lurching toward me wild and bewildered such.
She would calm as I tended wound and her panting below became a parting of bloom. Springtime crept in like a slow, low light on a horizon only meant to be seen by us two.
Her struggle turned to sound and her mouth stuffed still. Her lids heavy hiding stained glass eye windowed sill. Her knees buckled with belt tied firm to keep her tight. Her smile crept wide as tongue wetted what kept words inside.
Her drool ran and stained our sheets, her eyes filled with tears which ran down cheeks. Pleasing pleadings strung out by Morse code taps of her feet. She was more than a canvas, she became my tapestry.