Free-Flying and Sex, the Sequel - the Truth is Out.  

warmandsexy52 64M
7186 posts
9/11/2005 11:20 pm

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Free-Flying and Sex, the Sequel - the Truth is Out.

Now I know how to behave like a traditional stereotypical Englishman. I know how to be polite, well-spoken, and smile gently. I can be discreet and be temptingly reserved. My father was an officer and a gentleman and your parents have some shaping of your persona, don’t they?

But sometimes you’ve just got to break the mould.

You see, traditional stereotypical Englishmen don’t talk about their sex lives too openly. They might banter a little about such things over a cigar and a glass of cognac, with the odd restrained risqué remark.

In the interests of research I have to, but that English reserve will prevent me from quoting dirty talk, the naughtiest things done and various body fluids. You wouldn’t expect otherwise and my deepest, politest apologies to all those who expect something truly lurid in every post.

We made love last night in the eye of a thunderstorm. The top of our house is an eagle’s nest of a place with a magnificent hilltop view. From the electric tension in the air while we bathed to the cataclysmic simultaneous thunder and lightning when sex was full-on, to the warm afterglow as the rain pit-patted on the roof above. It was truly elemental and great, great sex.

And today I flew like an eagle over the Sussex Downs in strong, lifting wind, with I think, a little cloudsuck, or so it seemed, as if the heavens themselves wanted to swallow me whole. Exquisite and indescribable. Truly elemental and great, great flying.

So which is better ‒ free flying or sex?

Sex was intense, passionate, and most of all it was intimate ‒ total involvement with another human being. It left me with the warmest glow, bathed in the experience of now.

Flying was intense, passionate, and most of all I was free ‒ total freedom beyond imagining. It left me utterly chilled-out and aware of the living moment.

It’s like comparing Mozart with Monet.

And I won’t say which is which.

Now what about those other passions?

warmandsexy52 64M
13164 posts
9/19/2005 2:36 pm

How wonderful! You have become a creature of the sky and someone out there understands! A dear wicked angel with wings - what a delightful thought! Thank you for sharing the thrilling experience. warm xxx

rm_WickedFemale 62F
401 posts
9/19/2005 12:02 pm

I did not have any thoughts about your flying blogs until this past weekend and experienced sky diving. Have flown in commercial aircraft and a couple of private puddle jumpers but there was not any excitement about being in something the size of a football field....
But, holding my hand out to one in complete trust and faith miles above the was a thrill I had never had before! Yes there is something very special about flying...with or without a plane....Hugs dear one!

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