Admiring the View

By on January 17, 2015.

Two Sunday’s ago I posted this image, On Point, which showed the gift I gave to @domsigns for Christmas along with my thoughts about it. A few days later I wrote another post, A Heady Union, about our kinkless Christmas due to illness and the resulting build up of tension between us as we approached an up-coming play event.

So it seems only fitting that I should post a picture that is a follow-up to both those posts as it shows the wonderfully fabulous marks that his Christmas gift leaves behind along with all the other bruises and scratches that resulted from last weeks outing. You can clearly see the little clusters of holes that the spiked pad left behind. He didn’t go as far as flogging it into me but used his hand and also a leather strap. The dark bruises are from his new flogger which he bought for me (himself) for Christmas (more on that another time). The scratch marks were made with a combination of a knife and a finger claw. The Misery stick also got a chance to sign its name. All in all I was one seriously blissed out subbie who has spent rather a lot of time this week admiring her much-loved marks in the mirror.

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  1. I cannot even begin to tell you how jealous I am of you and all your lovely marks you have a beautiful bum that just begs to be spanked!

  2. I love the tension which builds when Sir and I have been apart for a while, or when we’ve not had the chance to play as we wished. There’s something so primal about when it does occur, usually a fairly violent (re)union, filled with passion and fire.

    I love the marks you wear so proudly here, I’m a marks/bruise slut myself and crave wearing his mark upon my skin x
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  3. What a soulful image! The shadows seem to caress you, the marks stand out almost lovingly. There’s something very sweet and proud about the angle, the shadows, and the marks.

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