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I Am Yours

YOURS. According to Merriam-Webster, YOURS is a pronoun meaning, “that which belongs to you.”

Using the word YOURS, ultimately shows that the subject belongs to the audience you are addressing.

I AM YOURS. It’s a sentence I use more frequently these days. The audience is always my Dom. It’s telling him that ultimately I belong to him.

I think the first time a sub tells their Dom, I AM YOURS, it’s like giving a gift. It’s giving the Dominant the gift of submission. You are yielding control to the Dominant. You are giving the Dominant your body, mind and soul. Well for some, it may just mean body or body and mind, but for me, I want to give my Dom my everything. I guess in a way, it’s like a vow. You are committing to that person. You are committing to the surrender. You are committing to serving and pleasing for your Dominant as long as your relationship lasts.

I AM YOURS means that if my Dom were here, I’d be on my knees before him waiting for his command. It means that I am his slut, his toy, his to use. It means that my pleasure is in his pleasure.

MINE. A pronoun meaning, “that which belongs to me.” It’s a possessive term. It shows ownership.

YOU ARE MINE. A sentence that shows that you belong to someone.

MY. An adjective that coincides with “MINE.” It means, “of or relating to me or myself especially as possessor, agent, object of action or familiar person.”

When someone says, “MY car,” it means that the car belongs to them. It shows a sense of belonging. It shows that you’ve claimed something or that you own something.

I think it was last week or maybe the week prior that my Dom said, “my dirty little jap porn star.” In the word MY, it showed his possession of me. I didn’t quite realize how much I wanted to hear that two letter word. When he said MY, I was elated. In that moment, it confirmed that I belonged to him. It’s rather difficult to explain. I guess it’s a form of possession and belonging that only those in a D/s relationship would understand. I know many women do not like feeling like a man’s property. For this reason, some married women refuse to be called Mrs. The prefix Mrs. refers to Mr.’s, meaning the wife is like the property of the Mr. For that reason many women take on the title, Ms. instead.

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I think JmStorm puts it in perfect terms. I belong to my Dom. He didn’t seek me out demanding my submission. In fact, I messaged him first. It wasn’t as a sub; it was more so just being intrigued by him. I couldn’t help it. Then, I willingly gave him my submission because I was so drawn to him that I couldn’t help it. It was almost like a need even more so than a want. I needed to belong to him. I guess that’s a feeling that most “vanilla” people won’t quite understand.

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Every sub is different. Submission doesn’t look the same from sub to sub. I am a culmination of my past and present and each piece of the puzzle has formed a greater masterpiece. Each experience has left an imprint, whether it be big or small, that has shaped me into the person I am today. I am unique and my Dom allows me to be me. People are quite like fingerprints. No two people are the same. No two people will leave the same trace. But like a fingerprint, I am innately yours. It’s just natural. It isn’t forced. My existence is to please my Dom and that I will continue to try to do daily.

I AM YOURS.

Yours Truly,

The Sassy Sub Daily

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i'm just your average girl with a dirty mind. young, asian and submissive...does that pique your interest? constantly in a battle with myself whether to stay confined by my cultural values or to break free like the freak i am.

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1 Comment

  1. I understand the feeling completely. The yours and on your knees too. Beautifully described.

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