Kissing  

beewulf9 38M
452 posts
9/17/2005 5:53 pm

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Kissing

I have only kissed nine people in my life, so I may be still a novice. I recall the first time. After dinner I walked her home and stood at her door and asked for a kiss. I leaned forward she leaned forward, and she gave my lips a peck. I felt like I missed out on something. It was the way I kiss my aunt, with no sparks, no passion, just to fulfill a request.

Kissing should be something else. If I were to put into simile what a kiss is like, I would say a kiss is like watching the ticking of the second hand of a clock.

An activity that starts as something insignificant, light natured, and liesurely. But it continually grows, in a gentle way so that you still not shocked by how long it is taking.

However a kiss, like that second hand always developes, by the thirtieth lick, or succulent drag of lips, lingers, and you relize you started something that has consumed hours.

I am thankful that my last eight kisses with women have been like this. And I realize I have much more to learn about kissing, and await thoses lessons.

What would you say a kiss is like?


beewulf9 38M

9/17/2005 5:55 pm

Now if I only learned how to type... those not thoses.


beewulf9 38M

9/18/2005 9:44 am

Thank you, for both reading and the compliment.


bella_ 47F
4030 posts
9/18/2005 8:00 pm

A kiss is a taste of a mans essence...it should be slow and soft, teasing....a nibble of the lip, the exchange of something so personal....growing into something truly memorable.


beewulf9 38M

9/19/2005 4:00 am

I read your post a number of times Bella, and I think when you kiss you share both essences. It is really tastey to enjoy her essence as well and give up my own.


rm_dandth 47M/38F
173 posts
9/19/2005 4:10 pm

A kiss is like a delicate dessert that you try and start slowly by only taking small portions, but by the time you're into the middle of it your appetite has gotten the best of you and you hunger for more and more and it gets deeper with every loss of breath. Nothing is sexier than a good kisser.


beewulf9 38M

9/19/2005 5:06 pm

That is a very sexy analogy dandth.


yagottalikit 49F
583 posts
9/23/2005 10:33 am

I used to avoid kissing (mostly during sex) because it was soooooo personal. Oddly, I felt that my kiss would allow them to know too much, would leave me vulnerable. I struggled with that even in long-term, loving relationships. I'm getting better all the time! I still sometimes hesitate to go for the passionate kiss, unless I am totally into them.

Yagotta get it soft and wet so we can kick/stick it


rm_lucytart 50F
590 posts
9/28/2005 7:53 am

Vary nice, beewulf9 and candy69sosweet. Yes, a kiss is special.

Love at first sight? I kinda claim that, but it was really love at first kiss. So soft, warm, it sent shivers up my spine. It was the magent that drew me into him, standing there, keeping me warm in the chill spring air outside my door. Many, many years later, I can still remember that kiss...


beewulf9 38M

9/28/2005 2:53 pm

Huny, I really enjoy your description. I know I am waiting to share a kiss with a partner that invites us to live out that life that is wild and slutty.

Yagottalkit, a kiss is that personal which reveals your desires, how you want your partner, what they mean to you. I guess it really puts a twist on waiting for that special kisser.

Candy, such a kiss is majestic. I hope many upon you and all.

Lucy, sounds like a kiss of a life time, and very magical. Thank you for sharing


grendle69 42M
27 posts
9/29/2005 2:15 am

A kiss to me is like a breath:

Try to touch it and there's nothing really there: You have to feel it. It's not the joy in the taste but the fulfillment of having it pass your mouth. It has to penetrate you to satisfy. It comes from the mouth of another and it takes yours away but makes you want more regardless. The longer it lasts the more it hurts but the better it feels. Try to be selfish with it and feel pain; too giving makes you feel heady. There is compelling to take but an apprehension to give. You do it without thinking in day to day life but intentionally do it to truly feel alive. It's the one thing that can be given simultaneously by any two people without either one taking anything away...


beewulf9 38M

9/29/2005 10:56 pm

Grendle, I hope that your breath is both given and taken away.


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