Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Romancing the Dewey

I miss something. I miss romance. It can take so many forms. The last time I tasted it was New Years Eve 2008. I went to a party and I knew that my girlfriend at the time would be there, and that I had to find her in this fucking huge mansion. Walking through the maze of halls and stairs, I finally found Miss Korea. South Korea to be exact. She was such an interesting woman - the artistic kind with head shaved, a beautiful smile, and a nice body. She was great in bed, but outside of the bedroom I found that it was difficult to connect with her.

I see her in a hallway, dressed in a beautiful red dress, but she looked at me almost like she was pissed about something, and as I approached her she pulls me into her and lays an enormous kiss on me. She was sincerely seducing me at that moment. It was a great beginning to a very romantic, elegant night. Perhaps the last time I felt very sincere romance. We danced, partied with friends, drank some alcohol, and kissed all night long. We ended the night in her bedroom and I felt like it really was a romantic moment. I enjoy that, the getting dressed up, the seduction, the sincere passion. Why is that so hard to find now? It's not on Craigslist and its not on Ashley Madison, nor is it with my wife. Yes, I enjoy sex, but I miss the romance.

7 comments:

mina said...

It's out there... and you are right, you aren't going to find it in places that are designed for the "hook up". The beauty of romance, is it comes to you when you least expect it. I think romance can only occur when the right people are together. So it's out there, and it will hit you when you least expect it.

Cheeks said...

I agree with mina - it'll happen when you least expect it. Some of my most romantic moments aren't sexual and some weren't even with a lover. The romance comes from the emotional connection and you're right - it ain't on Craigslist. Good luck, darlin'.

Ms Bitchtits to You said...

Romance is such a brain thing, innit? Parts chemical, spiritual, intellectual, physical. with so many different types and combinations. What makes it is that ripening sense of expectancy, knowing that there is something new around the corner. Familiarity suck the romance out of relationships. This is not necessarily a BAD thing, but one has to work harder to bring the semblance of it back.

Good luck, Mr Dewey. I miss it, too.

Sexy PTA Mom said...

Oh, Dewey. This makes me a bit sad. I am very lucky in that I still have this with my husband. Sex is definitely not the same as romance, although they can go beautifully hand in hand. I hope you will find this soon. Someone that makes your heart race and your palms sweaty. :)

Kate said...

Ms Bitchtits is so right. Such a brain thing. I miss it, too. I think that is why I still talk to my ex-boyfriend. I definitely have a form of romance with my husband, which is lovely. But it's different with someone new...

Ella said...
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Ella said...

I disagree. Romance is an affair of the heart not the brain. Listen to your heart and share it with your partner of the moment no matter what little escapade you're engaged in. Ever had a man whose heart needs to eat pussy go down on you? Making love to your pussy with his mouth? Amazing.....just say'n....