Zen and the art of fantastic sex, continued  

empress_evie 41F
134 posts
7/2/2005 10:29 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Zen and the art of fantastic sex, continued


For some reason I'm finding it a little difficult to finish writing about my evening with Daniel. It was just...

..."Serene and almost surreal," Daniel called it, in an e-mail yesterday. That fits. Okay, it's not that I can't write about it, it's that I don't feel like going into extreme detail, as I did with the massage, where I felt every touch and every moment, in order, without the slurring together of time and feeling that you get when you're in the middle really, really good sex. As we were, once I got off the massage table, managed to get him unclothed as quickly as possible, and took him in my mouth (again, a favorite thing to do). I can pick out details but I can't put it into a narrative - too fluid.

The serenity was him. At the end - Poised above me, my legs on his shoulders bending me nearly double in a delicious stretch, he came - with quiet gasps - and then held himself inside me, feeling every throb of mine and me feeling every one of his. It's rare that I'm ever caught in a moment like that, where I'm present - a part of me is always caught in the past or anticipating the future. So to have a moment where I'm just all the way THERE - especially a moment with a handsome man above me and inside me, eyes closed in pleasure - is valuable.

I suppose the surrealism was me, then. I am kind of a mess of unrelated bits of appearance and personality - a walking non sequitur. Cute and chirpy in person (well, some of the time - depends on who I'm dealing with and if I'm in a good mood), with sensuality waiting underneath, and disjointed goofy conversation, which doesn't necessarily stop even when my hands are stroking across someone's bare chest as I lick and nibble towards my favorite place to put my mouth. I'm odd like that.

Contrast that with Daniel's calm intensity and yeah, I think that could be surreal. But the evening itself was just... well, partly indescribable. Even when we were lying together afterwards, stroking random body parts and having idle, lazy conversation - even then.

In short: I want to see him again. I want to see him again very much.

So there's that. Daniel, don't balk at the compliments, they're true. And I think your alias fits you all right, so there.

rm_davischicago 45M
10 posts
7/4/2005 1:09 pm

I think it's amazing when you can meet someone that you have strong chemistry with. I also like your first meeting rules and think with the general nuerosis that can be found on this site there is never a sure thing. I think people believe that you can "know" someone from online chatting and a few e-mails. I don't think you can. You have to meet, look them in the eye and size that person up face to face. I believe that the internet has let people replace cognitive ability with a simple two sentence hello. However, it is hard to percieve and no someone intimately through the WWW. Chemistry is real and you can feel it on your skin in your belly well it hits you hard.


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