Transformations abounding here in the underground  

rm_tennismaiden 61F
2103 posts
2/9/2006 8:30 pm

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Transformations abounding here in the underground

For the past few days I've been absorbing something un-explainable here and untill now I couldn't put keyboard to brain...till now.

Most of us sign up with a basic profile, edgy, intelligent and seductive hoping to catch some attention and cast a spell to those that find us alluring enough to reach out and "touch" each other for what? Intimacy....real, physical, mindful, present and authentic.

Some never get beyond the basics, emailing and sending, replying and eventually meeting skin on skin. But then there are those looking for fill some void, where countless lovers have left us dismembered and scattered from the past.

I began to do some adventuring on this vast website, a porthole to the unlimited possibilites, magazine articles, advice line questions/answers and finally blogging. I found solace in blogland, a playful tug of war between souls that search for comfort and friendships that quickly replace the urgency to have physical intimacy. Please don't get me wrong I still crave intimacy that involves the flesh and mucous membranes but less so now that I'm releasing much of my energies through emotional purging.

It is apparant now that many of us are progressing towards a common goal, and I have seen the transformations taking place all around me. Naturally I will follow suit. My profile will change and reflect that which I seek...which is to merely exsist for mental connections unless some unexpected traveler rings my bell and says hello.

My fellow mates have done this, stating their quest is for nothing other than making and keeping the friendships within the confines of blogland. We bloggers are unique, reaching out, commenting, filling voids where there were gaping and mysterious holes. Now we find peace to let go, the misconceptions of why we stay and what we expect to find expelled. Now, if we don't meet our mate through blogland then the simpletons elseware cannot relate to our journey, most of us require any potential interest to be directed to our thoughts as if being tested for worthiness of our gifts. If these humans pass our rigorous mental challenges they are embraced into the elite group here that mentally fuck each other everyday and love it!

My thoughts have always mattered to me, and to those I love, if a passer by comes and knocks on my door he/she better understand my passion which includes this form of expression. They not need to be the same...wordsmithing is not for everyone. But recognize it is done with wit, savvy intelligence and art to pull others in towards it's seduction alone. It is who and what I am.....if you dismiss dismiss me.

I've always loved many countless lovers did I try to lure while weaving inuendo and wisdom for them to respond. I was rejected, and cherished (not by the same) too many times. But here? I can spill to everyone and no one, no strings committment and many more opportunites to be heard. Then I sit....and wait. For just the perceptive individual that believes I am brilliant. Wow....powerful stuff!

I am no longer this pathetic ex stay at home mother of three...I'm a sexy intelligent middle aged woman coming into her own....making a mark here and so grateful for the chance to feel nourished by abundance more plenty then the richest Oil Sheik of Arabia. I am somebody here....and I am content.

Liberating transformations are occuring all around this magical place, most of you underestimate the power of words backed by heart and soul, this process is the ladder towards heaven and can easily be replaced by sinful superficial encounters of the flesh.

In summary? I don't seek anything anymore...I'm here waiting to be found.

HeardLankaMalls 56M
2925 posts
2/10/2006 5:01 am

I agree TM! I've gotten to the point where I really look forward to reading the blogs I follow each morning; thinking what I might add to mine that would be interesting and garner some views and/or comments; and seeing what may be new and interesting posted elsewhere in blogland. The actual "contact" part of this site has sort of lost it's allure (not that I still don't look ), but, having no success with that part, I have found a wealth of knowledge, incite, comfort and relations with those that blog and put up with my missives.

Wonderful post!

toothysmile 52M
16517 posts
2/10/2006 7:33 am

Consider yourself found. Will you find me too?
Geographically I may be far away, but in blogland I 'm only a click away. Visit me, stay with me a while and if you so wish return... You 'll find me still there, waiting for you.

rm_Pro_Boxa 60M

2/10/2006 7:36 am

You've hit the nail on the head. I stumbled across blogland as I guess most people do and found a unique means of self expression. It's a forum, a community of like-minded souls and the opportunity to share part of ourselves is quite liberating.

rm_Keystone3812 66M
583 posts
2/10/2006 10:54 am

Yes, Sweet Maiden......... you ARE someone special. Very special. We're all looking for something here. Reach out and touch me.

muscles4u2have 56M  
1645 posts
2/10/2006 11:27 am

I am no longer this pathetic ex stay at home mother of three...I'm a sexy intelligent middle aged woman coming into her own....making a mark here and so grateful for the chance to feel nourished by abundance more plenty then the richest Oil Sheik of Arabia. I am somebody here....and I am content.

This is one awesome Post!! This paragraph I love! You have just described your self with confidence. You gotta love the way you are feeling about your self righ now. I think you are a very witty, sexy woman with alot to give! Wished you lived closer. Some day we will meet my gorgeous Maiden!

roger_the_hound 59M

2/10/2006 12:11 pm

Tennis Maiden, you wrote
It is apparant now that many of us are progressing towards a common goal, and I have seen the transformations taking place all around me.

The goal to which I am progressing
Begins with a lot of caressing.
My cock then transforms
And blithely performs
A dance in your raw oyster dressing.

I'm content with that...

Ars longa, vita brevis.

MyRealLoverOne 47M

2/10/2006 12:16 pm

I'm here waiting to be found.

And honored will be the man that finds such a treasure. Spending his days and nights exploring the multifaceted rare gem that you are. Exploring, shining, loving, adoring what he has discovered. Blessed will be such a man!


SpaceRangerNJ 56M
4687 posts
2/10/2006 12:35 pm

Long ago, well not really that long (Nov 7, 2005), and post far away (my first post it was), Observations, I remarked on the phases I saw profiles go through. Later I saw more of the pattern. The picture became clear of what happened post "crossing over" to the blog side. Thus ultimate end, as you state, for some is the "I'm only here to blog". All rights reserved, so there! (actually on the credits from the movie Airplane I believe).
This place is, AdultFriendFinder, I feel has two worlds. The bloggers and the non-bloggers. I try to get non-bloggers who feel frustrated to cross over and meet a whole different class of people. Get into the whole Social Networking spirit of the place. Get to know people in an easier more casual way. Develope a relationship slowly over time. Don't be in such a rush for the quick fix; "You can get laid tonight". Show people so much more of yourself than can be put into a profile and a telemarketing e-mail.

rm_FreeLove999 48F
16127 posts
2/10/2006 1:02 pm

that's a really good, succinct explanation of the process i have been going thru since i started blogging!

quite amazing really!

[blog freelove999]

skierchick 54F
3947 posts
2/10/2006 7:57 pm

I have recently crossed over to blog land (currently just reading and commenting) and I have to admit, I am amazed, engrossed and awed by the depth of feelings expressed, the honesty and openess of the blogers who share ALL of themselves. They share their fears and dreams, their sadness and joys, their insecurities and securities. I sometimes see myself in the writting of various blogers and it makes me feel less alone. Sometimes it hits so close to home it is scary. I am with you tennismadien....I too am no longer a pathetic stay at home mother of one...I'm a sexy intelligent middle aged woman who has come into her own....


ArgosPlumyKooky 46F
3902 posts
2/11/2006 8:06 am

this is very freeing. i am in agreement with what spaceranger says, either you blog or you don't, and bloggers prefer bloggers. . . . nice summary of our little blogworld

rm_mtnravyn 61M
890 posts
2/11/2006 8:20 am

Writing is not necessarily something to be ashamed of, but do it in private and wash your hands afterwards. Robert Heinlein

Not only the quote but the writeras well have been an inspiration. Some of his "Lazarus Long" writings are eye opening in the context of this repressed culture. I have always considered myself a wordsmith (funny that many do not even know the term) and my writing fluctuates from poetry, to prose, to self revelation, to philosopical expostions. What I have enjoyed recently here in blogland is the collaborations that I have engaged in. A chat gives birth to a prose piece by one, a poem by another and a reflection by a third. We seem to weave a tapestry of words often connecting us more deeply than a physical roll in the hay ever could.

Thank you for a beautifully written expression. A last quote from another sci-fi writer, Alan Dean Foster "Freedom is just Chaos, with better lighting."

rm_bigchoklatdk 46M

2/11/2006 2:31 pm

Happy Valentine's Day!, Tennis, my sweet!

rm_molittle69 47M
117 posts
2/11/2006 11:15 pm

none it really matters any more, for the one person you have been waiting for has found you, it is you... you have found yourself


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