Words Do Mean Something  

Wickedcurve 53M
281 posts
7/13/2006 5:44 pm

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Words Do Mean Something

There is one thing that I’ve encountered over my life time and time again and that’s the misuse of words. To clarify what I mean I am stating how there are so many among us that are very loose with their words. I am a very literal person. I say what I mean, mean what I say, and what I say carries a lot of weight. I choose my words carefully so that when they roll off my tongue they are precisely what I intend to say. Once I express myself verbally there should be no misunderstanding regarding what I am saying.

One word that ‘should’ carry a lot of weight is LOVE. I’ve had the misfortune of meeting a few individuals in my life that would say they LOVE me and then turn around and do the direct opposite action of what LOVE means to me. For example someone says they LOVE you but they do not seem to have enough time in the day to spend time with you. I don’t know about you but if I LOVE someone I will make the time no matter how busy I am. Human behavior dictates that you will do what is most important to you no matter what. So if you LOVE someone they should be important right? In my book,...you betcha! In my life I can count on one hand how many people, outside my immediate family, that I’ve told I LOVE you. When I say that word I mean it with every fiber of my physical being. Of course I know that people out there are weary about the word LOVE because they’ve heard it before, believed it as I have, and ended up getting betrayed. I understand their plight however I know within myself if I ever say I LOVE someone they’re getting the whole enchilada. Of course I am using the word LOVE as merely an example but there are many others to choose from.

My experience has taught me to listen to peoples words and watch their actions. If what they say doesn’t match what they do, or what you would do if you had said it,....beware. I am a person that will keep silent versus telling a lie. Words do mean something.

Shazz1971 44F
1052 posts
7/13/2006 7:44 pm

This man always takes my breath away. It's refreshing to find someone who is so literate... and as he eludes.. he can express himself very well. I always look forward to a new post, and I only hope he finds I'm worthy of any attention...LOL.. wink and a smile. (by the way.. he's a great proof reader.. LOL.. and I think he LOVES finding a boo-boo in my writing!)

Wickedcurve replies on 7/14/2006 4:27 pm:
Watching every motion in my foolish lover's game,
On this endless ocean finally lovers know no shame,
Turning and returning to some secret place inside,
Watching in slow motion as you turn around and say,

Take my breath away,......

countryheart_71 45F
8082 posts
7/13/2006 9:30 pm

I totally agree with you. I will never say it unless I truly mean it and I haven't said it that much. It might possibly be passing my lips in the near future. Time will tell.


Wickedcurve replies on 7/14/2006 4:29 pm:
Thank you for your comment and good luck to you regarding your situation. Remember once you say those words you can never go back.

bikerbabe57701 49F

7/14/2006 8:31 am

I "love" several people. But I think you have to analyze what "love" means. I tell my family I love them...but it doesn't mean I want to have sex with them. I tell my friends I love them....but here again doesn't mean I'm having a grand orgy. I think you have to remember who is saying it and in what context. I have a number of male friends that I love. I don't love them in a sexual way...there are just qualities about them that I love that makes me care about them deeply as friends....which to me...means I love them. On the serious side of love......I'm pretty open in communicating when I seriously "love" someone. I can remember being told by an ex boyfriend that he "loved me". But he was just saying it for me to "hear" it. His actions totally didn't reinforce the statement. I made no bones about calling him on it. I think it shocked him...but I'd rather not hear it if it's not felt from the heart. I don't need someone to say I LOVE YOU....I need someone to simply love me.

Wickedcurve replies on 7/14/2006 4:38 pm:
I agree wholeheartedly with your comment and you covered everything quite well. I can only imagine that most people will understand what you've written. Thank you for taking your time to comment! Very nice indeed.

kitty_focker 59F

7/14/2006 9:00 pm

Sexe bon pour Le A'me...
What a sexy man words can describe many thing's in life.

His Passionate Kisses

He kisses with his eyes
They are dark and passionate
Drawing her closer...

He Kisses with his fingertips
which pass softly over her skin,
Like fire burning deep into her mind.

He kisses with his tongue,
Which adds to exquisite torment,
Down her cheek across her lips

He kisses with all his body,
pressed hard against hers,
He feels her yield to his power.

He Kisses with all his passion
They burn deeper into her mind.

Like a invisable brand on her skin
His kisses weaken her defenses,
Drawing that which he wants from her,
He leaves her still,
Desiring Just one more kiss...

When she awakes he is gone
Her skin feverish with wanton desires,
She lays there her eyes closed,
Still remembering his kiss,
and the taste of his tongue on her's
His French kisses will burn forever within her soul.

a"me sexe


GossipJunkie 40F

7/16/2006 3:22 pm

bikerbabe said it all...

I think "friend" is another of those misused words. How often has someone said they were your friend and acted to the contrary? I have a number of acquaintances but very few friends.


"Dance like nobody's watching"

Wickedcurve replies on 7/16/2006 5:15 pm:
Kind of funny you mentioned 'having many acquaintances but very few friends'. That's my thoughts exactly. A wise man told me that one time. The wise man was my Dad.

rm_Ellenback 58F
966 posts
7/17/2006 3:35 am

Yes, 'LOVE' is truly a heavy word, and I'm also with Bikerbabe on loving many in my life - men friends, one good female friend, my daughter, father, granddaughter, etc. But you're right, when the word is used too lightly, for example, by the SECOND freakin' date, I doubt its veracity, and I view the person utilizing it as a gamer-type. I have one male that I see occasionally, and he says, "I love you," in the heat of the moment, but he doesn't call when the moment is gone...

Nice post!



luvrgurl20062 45F

7/18/2006 6:30 pm

Some people say they love someone when they are actually just in LUST with someone. Is there really such a thing as LOVE for someone besides friends and family? Sometimes, I don't think so....

Wickedcurve replies on 7/19/2006 4:18 pm:
I know and understand precisely what you wrote for I have thought the same things. I will say however I always have hope.

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