You’re beautiful. Even in the dark I can see your flaws and they only seem to make you perfect. The world looks at your strong tree trunk arms and trembles in fear. They only make me tremble with excitement. I’m watching you from the bed. I can tell you’ve had a long day. I can see the burdens on your shoulders just by the way you carry yourself around the room. I take a deep breath in as I watch you slide your Orioles jersey over your head. You were always a fan of the beautiful city of Baltimore. The red and black colors trace over your skin revealing nothing less than a master piece. Mahogany skin uncovered has always turned me on. Your jeans are a bit baggy but they don’t sag and if you ask me they fit you perfectly. I know what the world thinks of you. Dangerous. But you’re the type of danger I want to dabble in. You walk over to me silently and with one scoop of your arm I’m yours. You lift me from the bed with one arm and press me against you. I feel the hurt on your skin. I’ll be everything you need tonight. Your lips pressed against mine and the taste of your tongue is more than a simple lover’s embrace. Its you letting me share your load. You lay me gently on the bed and I feel your teeth on my neck. I let out a small gasp and I try to hold down my volume. I don’t want you to think I can’t handle it baby. I understand. My back arches and you whisper into my ear ‘I need you.” All I ask is for you to let me take care of you tonight but like always your pride won’t let you surrender. I feel you slide into me with every force you have left from leaving your body in the streets of a city that only fears you. I can barely handle all of you. You’re digging ditches between my legs and holding my waist. My legs tense around your waist. My body is about to implode. Your nails in my back almost feel numb I can bare a little pain myself. Moments, then minutes, then hours go by and I feel you finally erupt deep inside me. Our bodies intertwine as you hold me until sleep comes over you. I watch you as you slumber, it’s the only time I feel I can protect you and wonder why the world fears such a piece of art.

Hi guys! I hope you guys enjoy reading this. I just wanted to do things differently and speak a short minute about my opinion of things going on right now. I can’t support violence. I won’t. But I do support, supporting our black men. When it all boils down to it I’m not sure if its an issue of blacks vs. police or police vs. citizens. Either way I feel something needs to be done.

Its sad that black men are fearful of their lives every time they interact with police. Baltimore is going through exactly what my city Ferguson/St. Louis went through with Mike Brown. Being so close to the action I was scared many times myself to drive any where around Ferguson. I feel something needs to change. I can speak for my entire family when I say we have never agreed with police and probably never will. I feel the entire justice system needs to be reformed starting with policemen and all the way to the courts.

The media wants to sit and call the protesters violent and ignorant. But if you poke a bear for too long don’t be upset when he turns around and mauls you. Ferguson and Baltimore are only small examples of grizzly bears that have been poked for ever 200 years. Baltimore is in my prayers and so is the family of Freddie Gray.

#FreddieGray #Baltimore #Ferguson #StLouis #MikeBrown #PoliceReform

About The Author

Jackie Nelson

Jackie is a new blogger for She is a very skilled writer who started writing back in high school. After high school she pursued her education and received her Associates Degree and Bachelor's degree in Communications. Jackie has always explored the Communication Arts. She actually enjoys arts of different kinds. Working behind the scenes and helping local artists achieve their dreams in music, poetry, and beyond. Dabbling in public relations and photography she knows the best forms of expressions come from getting into the mind of a person. Her strength lies in working with the people. Every job she has ever held she has worked hands on with people of different age groups and backgrounds. She began working at daycare then later switched to tutoring pre-teens. Jackie later worked with senior citizens who taught her it is ok to fully speak her mind because you do not have much time left. When she thought she couldn't get any closer to a person while still working she started work with people in one of their most vulnerable states. She became a phone sex operator. In that position she was able to pry into the mind of her customers, both men and women and take them on a roller coaster ride and she hopes to do the same in her blog. Enjoy!

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