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On 14 Julyour first anniversary, Walter formally collared me in a beautiful ceremony. I thought I would share that ceremony here, for those who have never experienced one. A collaring ceremony is in some respects like a wedding. It ifies a permanent commitment between a Dominant and a submissive. But like a wedding, the Dominant and the submissive make vows to one another, promising their love and support. The collar symbolizes their mutual consent and the vows each has made to the other. I dressed carefully, wanting to be elegant and pleasing but simple, to ify that I would be letting go of my personal power and consciously, willingly, joyfully handing it over to him.
It would not do to dress like a princess or in any way that seemed ostentatious. When a collaring ceremony is private the submissive might even be nude, as a symbol of the consensual power exchange at the heart of the relationship. But for this occasion I chose a simple Grecian style white gown by Nicky Ree, with long flowing gauze draped from the shoulder. I carried a single white collaring vows, the traditional symbol of submission. With joy in collaring vows heart, I made my way down to the ceremony pavilion on our island.
The path wound through the trees and down the hill into a sheltered valley. As I emerged into a clearing, I saw the rustic pavilion, surrounded by trees. It was generously adorned with hundreds of white roses that seemed to burst from every beam and rafter. Master waited on the pavilion, by a small table that held a jeweled box. An intimate group of family and close friends greeted my arrival. I smiled, unable to contain my happiness. I stepped onto the pavilion and went to him.
Then he spoke with solemnity. Are you willing to accept my collar? Master turned to the table and opened the box. I gasped with delight as he removed a collar that he had made especially for me.
Bright silver, engraved with a Celtic de and sporting a gleaming sapphire, it sparkled in the sunlight. It seemed the loveliest thing I had ever seen. Reaching out, Master placed the collar around my neck, but did not yet close the lock.
He looked collaring vows my eyes with love and made his vow to me. I promise to hold you and keep you safe, to stretch you and give you flight, to respect the needs of our relationship above all others, to love you, honor you, support you in all things and be sensitive to your needs and desires. I acknowledge the trust you have placed in me and the responsibility that goes with my acceptance of that trust.
I will never violate or even threaten to violate that trust. I acknowledge and accept with all my heart the gift of submission you have made to me. This collar will be a symbol of that which we already know: that you are mine, and by wearing it you will always be safe to collaring vows everything that you are. Looking on my Master, and hearing these words, I felt my heart fill with love and happiness such as I had never known.
Without any hesitation, I spoke clearly and with conviction. I gladly accept your authority and trust you to guide me on the right path. I vow to honor you with my every thought, word and action. I promise to stay with you, support you and fulfill your needs and desires as you allow. You are the center of my universe, the light of my life and the love of my heart. I give you my love, my heart and myself, now and always. I knelt, in a traditional posture of submission. He reached out and locked the collar firmly in place around my neck.
As the lock closed forever with a satisfying click, my world seemed to fill with light and love. I am his!
At last I am become who I was meant to be. I smiled up at my Master in utter devotion. I am charged with your well being in all you do. My decisions will affect you in every way. Your life is literally in my hands and I will never shy away from that responsibility, but use the power you have given me wisely.
I will never consider only myself. I will always remember that you will follow wherever I may go. I will not lead you into danger and I will be mindful that you will look to me in all things for guidance and teaching. I promise to learn from you collaring vows is good and safe for you, and be prepared to give as much, or more than I receive from you.
It can give pleasure and it can punish.
I will never forget that, and will consider every facet of any situation before using that power. It will never be used in anger, and will always be justifiable. He took my hand and helped me rise, and we kissed, through my happy tears as our friends and family showered us with congratulations, warmth and love. After more than a decade exploring 3D virtual worlds and their possibilities for relationship and self expression, Collaring vows Darkstone is leading a life of quiet contentment, building and landscaping for Littlefield Grid with occasional projects in Second Life.
Camryn has been active in online communities since the early s, and, under other names, has written extensively about the ways that people relate to one another on the internet. View all posts by Camryn Darkstone. I may ask Daddy to incorporate a few of these ideas when we renew our wedding vows with a formal collaring ceremony.
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