Reconnect With The Wild & Free Woman Within



I went in front of the mirror today.
I stood there half naked.
Slowly put my bra down my belly,
I released my hair from my ponytail
and stared at the pale face
and that small breast.
My nipples were alive,
my dry imperfect hair was perfect,
my breast was enough,
not too small, like I always thought of it,
but enough to burn with passion under my skin.
I slipped my hands over my nipples
and my face changed in arousal.
My eyes became deeper,
more colorful.
I felt a graceful charm descend upon my face.
I smiled.
For a moment I forgot who I was,
because I felt another part of my being had taken the driver seat
and was riding my inner waves.
The erotic she.
The sensual she.
The sexual she.
She was calling me from the depth of my darkness
to let her free.
She, the other part of my being
was looking at me through me
from the other side,
begging me to let her free to fly
in unchartered rivers,
and unknown realities.
As my hand slipped down my round curves
I moaned in pleasure
and let myself go
There she was.
The dark, mysterious, beautiful, sensuous, sensual, erotic she.
Trying to come out in all her glory,
shameless and free,
drinking from the well of my pleasure.
She rose for a moment,
burning all the complicated thoughts
that caged her for a long time.
And I could not help
but become her flame,
and burn with her
in the fire coming from another dimension.
I disappeared.
She rose.

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Ilda is a former journalist, always a dreamer and forever a nature lover. She is a poet, writer & author of her first book, It is You searching for You, a collection of raw poems about a life gone and the search for a new one. Her journey into life so far has had many unexpected turns and hardships but she is determined to navigate through it, at times with her stubbornness and at times through silence and acceptance of what reality brings in front of her. She believes in magic and feels that we are all made of stardust. We only have to remember this and live in alignment with it. She is both soft and wild in her nature and always eager to enjoy life in the smallest & most mundane moments. She believes we are all a work of art in progress. Connect with Ilda on Instagram or Facebook.

  1. Hi love. I see a lot of your writing on here and I seem to always resonate. I wonder, do you see sights beyond the eyes? Spirits, colors and hidden lands?

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