If love is chaste, if pity comes from heaven


shutterstock_1171551Today is the fifth anniversary of our black pudding day (our commitment ceremony).

If love is chaste, if pity comes from heaven,

If fortune, good or ill, is shared between

Two equal loves, and if one wish can govern

Two hearts, and nothing evil intervene:

If one soul joins two bodies fast for ever

And if, on the same wings, these two can fly,

And if one dart of love can pierce and sever

The vital organs of both equally:

If both love one another with the same

Passion, and if each other’s good is sought

By both, if taste and pleasure and desire

Bind such a faithful love-knot, who can claim

Either with envy, scorn, contempt or ire,

The power to untie so fast a knot?acc2_be22

– Sonnet 32, Translated by Elizabeth Jennings, “The Sonnets of Michelangelo”, 1970, Doubleday & Co., New York

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Author: Belasarius

I possess the submission of curvy_bottom, we have a medium protocol, D/s relationship - based on the feeling that we are equa and opposite and that we love each other.

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