He Said He Loved Me, So I Let Him

He said he loved me so I let him do things to me that I’d never done before. He said he loved me so I let him take me further into ecstasy than I had ever gone. He said he loved me so I let more people into our bedroom. It wasn’t something that I wanted. But to make him happy, and to keep him with me, it’s what I did. He said he loved me so I let him tie me up. He said he loved me so I let him blindfold me. He said he loved me so I let him touch me in ways that I would never, ever let anyone touch me before. He said he loved me so I let him hurt me. So that I could feel his love, I let him hurt me. And when he was done with me, he let me go. He let me go and I was never the same again. However, he made me stronger. He made me a fighter. He made me turn myself around and make sure that I was never hurt again. So in some small way he made me better. By breaking me, he made me, me.

30 thoughts on “He Said He Loved Me, So I Let Him

  1. Whew…I don’t think I took a breath until the end, as I was scrolling as fast as I could down the page to the comments, to see if this was simply great writing or something deeper.

    Be encouraged!

    • Oh my dear flattery will get you everywhere. Thanks for the kind words and keep reading. This is quiet a departure from what I usually write. We’ll see where it leads though. Thanks for stopping by.πŸ™‚ And be aware that this was completely fictional. Completely.

      • I have been known to succumb to flattery on a few occasions…this was indeed powerful writing…but the best part was discovering it was completely fictional…πŸ™‚

        Be encouraged!

      • I just saw where you requested access to my blogs…you can access all of them at http://liferevelation.wordpress.com…I’m not sure why wordpress believes you need my permission…I have discussed this with them many times, but we don’t seem to be getting it resolved.

        Anyway, enjoy reading and if you feel the desire always take the to comment…have a great week!

        Be encouraged!

      • I just saw where you requested access to my blogs…you can access all of them at http://liferevelation.wordpress.com…I’m not sure why wordpress believes you need my permission…I have discussed this with them many times, but we don’t seem to be getting it resolved.

        Anyway, enjoy reading and if you feel the desire always take the to comment…have a great week!

        btw…are you tired of teling everyone it is fiction?πŸ™‚

        Be encouraged!

      • YES I’m so tired of telling them that. It’s so frustrating!!!! I’m quite pissed about it actually. I even got some negative shit about it on my author page on FB. OMFG people can be so irritating. Friend me if you want to. Thanks for the information about your blog.

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      • I figured it was fiction ’cause I can’t imagine you in that position. Unfortunately, for many, it’s not. That’s what makes me want to turn in my “man card” LOL

      • You’re right I’m a pretty damn tough girl. I’m not easily manipulated. I’m sure that it could happen if I allowed it though. I know I was in these kinds of relationships when I was young. Of course not nearly as intense. But still the man was manipulative. I know that I’ve been the manipulator too. It’s awful what we can do to each other when we just want to be loved.

    • I completely agree. The story is fiction but can happen to anyone that wants to be loved. It can even happen to men. Thanks so much for reading Mistress M. And for your comment.

  3. WOW. What a compelling story. The first part kind of reminds me of 50 Shades. But I don’t think Ms. Steel was strong enough for the last part. Sometimes things need to break to come back together. And while both these stories are fictional, its so common of a story, its sad in a way, because many women do not have the strength to stand up for themselves. Way to go for stepping outside the comfort zone!

    • Thanks Michelle. I’m good at writing dirtier stuff. But there’s no way in hell I would post it here. Giggle. Also I have no interest in reading 50 Shades. I know it’s dirty but I like my dirt with a little heart, a little romance. Take care sweetheart and thanks for reading.

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