Serendipity where are ya?  

gembarok 48M
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7/13/2005 6:11 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Serendipity where are ya?

No WORDS!!! So… call me some time. Words play a very small role in love-making for me. Communication is the most important aspect of any relationship I have learned. Even those who are the proverbial “bed buddy.” There is still a certain amount of communication that must take place. Effectively communicating to your partner requires an understanding of the communication process. Depending on what text book you read… (I dropped out of high school… so I am guessing here) communication is 13% words. 57% body language. And 30% inflection. Two of the three are lost in my “on-line” dating experience and so I have to make up for that like an artist painting on a canvas. This is probably why I am always told, “Kevin, you are much nicer in person.” OK… I have only been told that once… but I like her a lot.

Three things I watch to convey a message to me when I am with someone. I shouldn’t be telling you this… but hell. Your eyes… where do your eyes go… are they focused on my crotch or are they focused on my eyes, lips, and then the rest of my body? That tells me you are interested in me. The kiss. How do you kiss me… do you mold your lips and the tip of your tongue around the shape of mine… exploring and learning or try to discover if my tonsils have been removed? And finally… your touch. Do your hands go straight for the stroking action or do they touch the curves of my body as an artist molding the most delicate concaves of a statue they are creating? This is how you communicate with me. And no words can replace that.

Hmmm… a muse is like a fire sometimes. It’s inspiration can burn you or it can warm you… let’s see where it goes.

ExploreMore4Me 59F

7/13/2005 8:20 am

And to add to your excellent entry...What do those eyes look like? Are they bright, clear, wide open and full of excitement? What do those hands look like? Are they groomed, soft, taken care of and pleasing to the touch and the eye? What do those lips look like? Are they full, soft, lightly painted with the color of passion? Our bodies speak long before they begin exploration! How we present ourselves in our bodies is the prelude to our unspoken communication!

Very nice blog entry!


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