Fluidity.

flu·id·i·ty

 [floo-id-i-tee] noun

1.  The quality or state of being fluid.
2.   Physics)   The ability of a substance to flow.

 

So does anybody else think making love is like water?

You know, fluid like, and without sharp edges – smooth and seamless – one move flowing into the next move, this fingertip sliding over that curve, the tip of this tongue dipping into that shallow, just motion into motion, without pause until the last drop has fallen.

Or is it just me?

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2 thoughts on “Fluidity.

  1. Like water, it can be a torrent capable of destruction (like a tsunami) or salvation (like rain during a drought). Drink too much water and it can harm the body. Drink too little, you dry up. I believe that fluidity of water, like the fluidity of love, depends greatly on how we perceive it.

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