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Making Love


Flesh: It’s tantalizing and tangible. It can be touched, tasted, and inhaled. It can be heard in the bristle of legs caressing, or the pop of lips pushing apart. And it can capture one’s attention with a glance. Flesh is sense, and it’s most sensitive when coupled with that of another.
Hips, lips, thighs. The small of a back and the dimples upon the same. Beauty is seen in every curve and every curve is tasted. Moans, groans, and laughter; audible invitations to blushing smiles. Eyes connecting, the whisping brush of hair, and the smell of eager thoughts. Moisture builds as muscles tense and loosen… over and over again. Skin slides against another’s until collapsing breaths and vulgar thrusts taper off into silence. It’s primitive and it’s paridiscal.
They call this “Making Love”: the shared climax of two unique sexual peaks.
So what do you call this…
Linking arms, holding hands, and kissing in the street. Escaping to a glance and finding solace in each other’s eyes. Inside jokes, and taking care of each other when either’s ill. Finding time to talk and failing to find the words.
Making love is in the little things, but only a fool would titled them so. Little though they look they will always mean the most. It’s words you’d wish heard daily, and that leave you speechless when you do. It’s in embraces, kisses, tears… and in the moments that made them too. Connected together over a lifetime these moments become creative. Pulsating memories and present strokes; the more they continue the more reality is breached. The reality that a day doesn’t go by without a thought of the other entering in. The reality that if you can’t have one with them, than it’s better just to dream.
If making love is simply sex than what do you call all this elation inbetween?


  • Chris Elliott

    Dude, this is a great piece! Love it. Very impressed.

    I’m more of a “gets busy” kind of guy, but ain’t nothin’ wrong with this. I ain’t mad at ya! #tupacshit

    • Anonymous

      Hahahaha! Well said. The point I was trying to make is, though the physical is important… why can’t the rest be considered “Making Love” when that is exactly what you are doing?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000583209773 Sabrina Camp

    is it weird that the first part of this turned me on?! lol
    i really like this piece jon – gave me the shivers.

    • Anonymous

      No it’s not weird… that was the point. Hopefully the second half made an opposing case of what love can be beyond great sex!

  • Anonymous

    Got a lil freaky with this one huh! My boy!

    • Anonymous

      Ya… but as always its roses in the end, (not red ones though ;)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Adam-Wood/541180607 Adam Wood

    Did you just lose you virginity at the age of 30? This is a load of bullshit… I know it & you know it – good luck getting her back.

    The poor saps who believe YOU in telling THEM about love and life ~

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