Diana Series

Tanka is a form of unrhymed Japanese poetry, with five sections structured in a 5-7-5-7-7 pattern of syllable similar to the haiku, which follows the more familiar 5 / 7 / 5 pattern. What follows is a vignette in six stanzas each in the Tanka form.




Recall the maxim

Nothing binds like old school ties

I often quote it

Not knowing if she gets it

I know that she enjoys it


She offers herself

A willing participant

A student of Eros

Discovering her new self

Passions held deep within her


Ties bind willing arms

Securely to oak bed posts

Lovely long lean legs

Are similarly secured

Speed to receive her lesson


I tease her with words

Whispered softly in her ear

Whetting her desire

Then as I mount her firmly

She receives me with soft moans


Throughout our pleasure

We synchronize together

Arching thrusting deep

As I explode within her

She cries out her own release


Exhausted and spent

Our bodies meld together

Glistening with sweat

I hope she will discover

Her binds tie us together

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