Ode to Daddy

Ode to Daddy

Ode- a lyric poem typically of elaborate or irregular metrical form and expressive of exalted or enthusiastic emotion.

An Ode to Daddy

Oh Daddy,

You make me quiver like an arrow,

Your prying fingers, coarse as granite stone,

And a tongue like the cat o’ nine tails.

Oh Daddy,

I love how you taste the fruit of your little one,

Lapping at the juices which flow freely.

Suckling at the firm little pebbles,

That harden under your chastising touch.

Oh Daddy,

Nothing can compare to the sword you carry,

That punishes my secret place, your place.

A place you rule, torture, and treasure.

Oh Daddy,

Your little one will wait, kneeling,

Stripped of defiance, ego, and independence.

Waiting permission to worship at your alter.

 

I love you Daddy.

Forever, nora

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24 thoughts on “Ode to Daddy

  1. You make these things so hot that I get turned on. But I also know that they come from how much you not only love your daddy, but you adore, respect, and WANT to be his.

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    1. You are absolutely correct, Mark! Nothing is more important to me than pleasing Daddy, and this poem greatly pleased him. He likes to see me putting forth my creative efforts into activities which demonstrate my obedience and affection for him. He strongly encourages me to blog every day as he feels it is a good exercise in keeping me in the submissive mindset. Thank you for your comment! 🙂

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      1. I’ve raised the topic with him, explaining to him what the symbolism is. He’s not sure yet if he wants to incorporate a collar yet or not. One thing he did establish though is that every night, before I am allowed to get into bed, I have to kneel, nude, on the floor on his side of the bed and when he comes in, I have to ask permission to sleep in the bed besides him. I cannot express how much this has done for my submission and for his dominance…he says it is an incredible way to end his day, and it is for me too. I feel very vulnerable and submissive, while I kneel, waiting for him.

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      2. I know women who would freak at you doing that and try to take you to get yourself checked out, because they would think you being brainwashed. But I believe that was how they did it in the bible. So why is it wrong now?

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      3. I know that you believe strongly in your religious beliefs and I totally respect that. From my perspective, each couple needs to make the decision together. I have shared our new lifestyle with both my best friend of 30 years, and now with another close friend, both are females. My best friend thought it was great and was not surprised at all that my husband and I would be interested in a dynamic like this. My other friend responded with, “I’m jealous!”, which made us both laugh. They’ve both been very supportive because they know that this is my choice to be in this type of dynamic with my husband, he isn’t forcing me to be. As you know, I am the one who requested it of him.

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      4. I just think that you have something with him face to face that I looking forward to. I am so glad you have that with him. I wish all couples had that. I know I will have it. But it is hard to wait when I have already waited so long.

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