Perserverance

Molly kneeling on the floor with bright red whip mark on her bottom
“We usually get what we anticipate.” ~ Claude M. Bristol

Last week I gave you part 1 and as promised here is part 2; the result of my perseverance and the thing that I love. The bright red raised welts that ache for hours afterwards are my my reward. I am not into the pain as such, certainly not the fiery stinging pain of the dressage whip but the marks it leaves behind are what I crave. I will endure one to get the other because his marks on my skin both look and feel beautiful to me. As a result I absolutely love this image, I think last weeks is lovely but this one literally makes me heart skip a beat every time I look at it.

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  • Submiss34F

    And it made me catch my breath!
    Wow. Missy x

  • May More

    Yes, red hot Molly! x

  • elliott

    That is some image, Molly.

  • Marie Rebelle

    Stunning. Beautiful. Glorious.
    I absolutely love this!

    Rebel xox

  • LittleSwitchBitch

    I am so happy you shared these as a two-part image because I think it really gives us a chance to devour each image individually and then together.

    The edit of this image is incredible – the line literally jumps off your skin and I can nearly feel as if it were me experiencing it.

    Incredible images , Molly <3 x

  • NPE

    The lines, natural and man-made, X marks the spot!

  • Zebra Rose

    Oh my, this picture is just utterly stunning

  • Bibulousone

    Bloody hell Mollly.
    Respect
    And admiration.

  • winnie

    Oh my gosh Molly, that looks intense. That is certainly a badge of honor! Lovely photo, well done for persevering!

  • Ebbetsjim

    Absolutely magnificent Molly

  • Mrs Fever

    The red is striking (no pun intended), and the zigzag of the flooring inlay acts as an arrow, leading the eye to that slash of color.

  • kisungura

    Oh…I want to be you, there, right now. Stunningly beautiful and very raw, literally…

  • Floss

    When I saw this image pop up on Twitter I made an audible groan of delight. I LOVE images like this and this one is no exception. It is beautifully done in every aspect and I keep flicking back to it for another peek. Absolutely glorious x

  • Julie

    A delicious image Molly xx

  • Posy Churchgate

    Yeowch! But wow! I can imagine that is a delicious reminder – a badge of honour indeed!

  • Modesty Ablaze

    Just beautiful . . . !!!

    Xxx – K

  • Victoria Blisse

    Oh, beautiful. That is an amazing image, beautiful mark. I find it endlessly fascinating hearing about other people’s way of doing the whole BDSM thing. There are so many approaches. People get so many different things from it. πŸ™‚

  • Cara Thereon

    That photo is gorgeous, but i can’t help thinking that hurt like the dickens.

  • Silver Eagle

    Love this!

  • Zoe

    Gorgeous image, but yowza, that looks painful!

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