She Said She Loved Watching A Man Eat

She said she loved watching a man eat.
The way he holds his fork and knife,
The way he cuts and shoves the beef into his mouth,
And slowly munches contentedly,
Watching her.
It is something that does certain things to her spirit.
She said she loves the way a man eats.
The hunger in a man’s eyes lights up a fire in her.
And when she cooks for him,
Something connects.
Something special.
The knowledge that she can feed this hunger, his hunger, is awesome.
It is a power that she relishes.
She loves seeing a man eat.
She said.
A man who eats well, is well, a man capable of many things.
Special things.
Beautiful things.
A strong and  healthy man is important to her.
For she too have a hunger.
A hunger of her own.
A fierce hunger.
A hunger that needs to be fed.
Her man will feed her.
A feast.
A feat.
It will be.
She looks forward,
To be devoured by her man’s aspirations.
Nocturnal agenda is set.
She watches her man finish eating.
He smiles at her.
She smiles back, with a private knowledge.
A thousand fireworks explodes in her soul.
Longings silhouettes her lean loins.
A pride of lions.
And she can never ran away from this need.
His need.
Her need.
And she can never deny this hunger deep in her soul.
The night has began and with a coy smile,
She puts out the candles.
The fire inside of her continues burning her wishes.
She said she loves to watch a man eat.
She smiles in the dark light…
© 2012 Ayoub Mzee


2 thoughts on “She Said She Loved Watching A Man Eat

  1. Simple, eloquent, with vivid visuals and a delicate balance between the literal and the subliminal. I enjoyed reading this.

    I wed in a few weeks, and I applaud this piece with identification. I can’t wait to be the queen of my man’s kitchen–and the rest of his house.

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