This was very well done. I could feel what you wanted to give to that person, nothing and everthing. Some of it though seamed a little unclear-I can't point it out but there is just something. Ehh, maybe it's just me. lol
The last line reminded me SO much of Moonstruck...when Cher and Nicolas Cage are on the bed, and she goes, "Leave nothing left for him to marry, leave nothing left for me..." And he goes, "All right. There will be nothing left..." Sounds a little too sacrificial to really be about love, cause love's supposed to go both ways, isn't it? And the 'enter as you please' scared me. Like you're giving yourself up for (I'm assuming the subject in question is male, for the sake of argument, not political correctness) his pleasure. Tis actually well written, though. Typos and junk, but those can be fixed. Good day, dahling.