Letter #16



Dec. 2012


Hi Suzie,


I received the two poems you wrote. Thank you for sharing. I absolutely LOVE them. I wrote a couple in response…a little poem-to-poem action, if you will.


Time is a lie,
If you have ever seen someone cry
As you say goodbye.


Time is a lie, but how can that be,
I first met time back in ’73.
Now look at me
Almost forty.
I’ve never known time to deceive,
And yes I’ve seen tears every time they leave.
Time causes pain, and time will heal,
Time will give, and time will steal.
The stealing part has opened my eyes,
I now see your point…time is a lie.


* * *


My imagination takes me places,
and my heart races.
I start with just a single thought,
and my mind rapidly turns into a boiling pot.


Imagine a place that makes your heart race.
A specific place where we come face to face.
A single thought of just one kiss
turns on a boiling pot that cooks up this:

My body pressed against you, grinding slow.
Scented candles, a romantic glow.
Reach down, slide me in.
I’ll love you for hours in our sexual den.
And then…

I’ll hold you tight,
for the rest of the night,
Periodically grinding cuz it feels so right.
My big hard dick pressed against your skin,
Hugg’in and kiss’in until I’m in once again.

Let these be the thoughts within your imagination,
Because every 40 days at EFV’s, I’ll offer you this vacation. 😉


Forever Yours,


Author: Steven & Suzie Jennings

She was raised as a Mormon, and he is a convict serving 43 years in prison. This blog offers a glimpse into two vastly different worlds that somehow came crashing together. Join them on their journey through prison life & married life.

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