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Since I have given love and received lust, I would say it depends on people

I have told most every woman that I have ever had this discussion with, having a man say he wants to take you to bed isn't the 'ultimate' compliment.  Having a man want to hold you, fully clothed, all night and lay and talk, and tenderly kiss all night long to me was the beginning of a great love that lasted years and years.  We needed to do anything more than hold hands and we were content.  We spent days and days doing nothing more than laying together embracing and talking about our deepest feelings and our dreams for the future.

The most intense moments where when we would open up and talk about something that we hadn't talked to anyone else about.

He was tender, attentive, and I was tender and stared into his eyes as we talked.  Green eyes, I think his were the first green eyes that I actually had ever looked into.  I mean really looked into they were the window to his soul.  We validated each other through respect and an intimacy I have never experienced since.  That was a long, long time ago.

We were both divorced and our children were in different parts of the country.  Mine had  lived their childhood in the same house, with the same friends and around all of their extended family their whole lives.  I treasured every moment of my special love.  But my first commitment at that age was to my children.  But there was no lust.  We didn't need lust. 

posted by fairypower on October 9, 2005 at 1:20 AM | link to this | reply

Both actually..
Love is a myth and lust is reality..Shcree` :-)

posted by Schree on September 5, 2005 at 1:22 AM | link to this | reply

i'm not sure that pure love exist...maybe only from pure hearts...there is always a little bit lust mixep up with love

posted by Marshallengraved on August 16, 2005 at 12:50 PM | link to this | reply

I don''t think real love is about lust. It's about caring for the other.

So the question of love imitating lust or lust imitating love doesn't seem to arise for me

posted by Straightforward on August 7, 2005 at 7:47 AM | link to this | reply

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