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Leanna: Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)

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A little music for emotional connection to this story

Journey – Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)

Here we stand
Worlds apart
Hearts broken in two, two, two
Sleepless nights
Losing ground
I’m reaching for you

Troubled times
Caught between confusions and pain, pain, pain
Distant eyes
Promises we made were in vain
In vain, vain

If you must go
I wish you love
You’ll never walk alone
Take care my love
Miss you love

Someday love will find you
Break those chains that bind you
One night will remind you
How we touched
And went our separate ways

I still love you, girl
I really love you, girl

I was 19 when Leanna presented the letter below to me. It was a message she wrote in her diary. That I still have it today isn’t really surprising. I’ve mentioned before my regret about not having saved notes and cards from my mother. After her suicide, there have been so many times I wished I could go back and read the thoughts she shared with me. I suspect that is why loving and playful comments from women are like spiritual treasures for me. I save them all…even the not so pleasant ones.

I’m sure Leanna realized I would save this letter. If things didn’t work out, she probably hoped it would haunt me later in life or at least remind me of how much she cared. She was right. I loved her…deeply. Giving my heart to her completely though wasn’t such an easy thing for me. We all struggle with our demons and shadows, and I was in the midst a furious battle with mine.

A brief sidebar of my childhood is needed for context. I was fortunate to grow up in a mostly stable home, but beyond that little else was provided. By the time I was fifteen, I was responsible for my food, clothes, transportation…everything was on me. There was no college fund. My Dad’s favorite line for me during my high school years was that after I graduated high school I was “YOYO”—You’re On You’re Own.

While I would later become an officer, I enlisted in the service after high school to get the GI Bill (college tuition assistance) and took college courses at night. Every night going to class, I would walk past my friends who were grilling out at the dorms, listening to music, drinking, and enjoying the girls. Meanwhile, I was heading off for three hours of boring school work almost every night. I spent my lunches and large portions of my weekends studying. Just getting by at work and skating through my courses with minimum effort simply wasn’t in my nature.

I am either cursed or blessed with an achievement-orientation. I didn’t want to be an average performer at work, I wanted to excel. My studies were no different. I didn’t want to just pass my courses, I needed to be on the honor roll. I believed in myself and knew I had potential to be more and compete with guys fortunate enough to go straight to college after high school. This imaginary “competition” became something of a Batman-Superman battle in my mind. I explore these thoughts in Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Understanding.

At nineteen I was a young man trying to survive, harness and master my skill set, and prepare to thrive. Sure, I could have been a party boy and bask lazily in the glow of my youth. But, I had no safety net. Failure at this point in my life meant death in my mind. Those critical years of 18 – 22 would define the trajectory of my life and I already felt behind. Leanna saw it differently. The truth is probably somewhere in the middle.

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Leanna wrote:

“He doesn’t understand at times, lately more times than not. The hectic life of work, school, and studies leaves little time or energy for our relationship. I’m an understanding person. I find myself daily saying, ‘don’t think about him so much and you won’t feel this emptiness and rejection as often.’ Why do I long for his touch so, wanting be alone with him and have him embrace me if even for just a moment? It seems like everything else is more important than my deepest emotions, yearning for a sign he still desires me and just doesn’t see me as a constant factor in his life to be taken for granted.

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I feel weak now. I feel he controls my happiness and I hate it. I’m intelligent enough to realize we each, as individuals, are responsible for our happiness; however, there are never ending variables affecting that state of mind. Why does he not long for my touch? The stress of his studies takes up so much of his time and he focuses his attention inward on himself. He seems trained, like an athlete trains for a meet, to separate his love and emotions from the game, the game of success. I’m the only who has ever mentioned our relationship may need more attention, yet I feel he is pulling away. I have felt this before, many months ago, and I’m scared.

I thought long and hard this afternoon about everything from my career to the type of wedding ceremony we will have. Lying by the pool felt so good—summer is still going strong. Thinking things over made me realize that a true relationship requires work by both parties involved to make it work. I seem to be the only one contributing. Emotions are the whole of my existence and I’ll be damn if ignore them! I see trends in his behavior when he is pressured with studies. He works even harder at work and takes on more projects. He exercises harder and longer, fueling his ego, ensuring that he’s better than everyone else at everything. It drives me crazy because when he turns that same focus on me, he is the most amazing man I have ever known! But, he has the ability to turn his emotions off too and it hurts. He can consume me in his fire and just as easily cast me out into a wintery frost.”

In fairness to Leanna and in the spirit of full transparency, there were other thoughts weighing on me. Leanna was 23 at this time and had experienced a lot of fun in her young adult life. I hadn’t even had my own place yet. I hadn’t experienced those times and really craved some semblance of the wild abandonment I was missing out on due to my full schedule. If I didn’t, I knew I would look back with regret. My dreams were, in large part, powered by the movie American Gigolo and Led Zeppelin. I’ve since come to appreciate both of these are but modern projections of an ancient Greek archetype, Dionysus (a topic for another day).

In American Gigolo, I discuss the influence of this movie on me. I suppose I idolized the level of sexuality the main character attained. He was fit, stylish, had money, had an awesome car, women everywhere, and seemed to be ‘living the dream’. It isn’t a stretch to imagine many teenage boys harbor similar fantasies of being sought after by women. What would it be like to have women (and couples) pursuing me for sexual pleasure? What would I need to do to find myself in such a position?  What would that life be like? Even if given the space to pursue the dream, did I have what it took to make this dream a reality?

Despite being deeply in love with Leanna, getting married at 19 or 20 wasn’t on the path I felt compelled to travel. Yet, one can’t control when they meet their “soul mate” (explore the soul mate archetype in Romantic Love: Hearts on Fire). Choosing between marrying Leanna or living the American Gigolo dream was a very weighty decision for a 19 year old and there was no middle path. One excluded the other. Either way, I knew I would look back and wonder, what if?

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I have more to share about Leanna, but I can only visit her memory in small doses because the pain and splendor is too intense. She was more than worthy of devoting my life to. I spoke with her a couple years ago for the first time since we touched and went our separate ways. The seasons of our youth have passed and a lifetime of experiences are now between us. Damn, I keep tearing as I type this. It was surreal. It was as if we had just said goodbye that morning and were catching up after a long, very long day apart. Talking to her was magical (sorry, had to walk away for a few minutes). We may have actually spent more time crying together on that call than talking. We spoke for about 5 hours, seriously. Neither of us wanted to say goodbye…again. Whew, all of the sudden I’m an emotional mess. Yep, only in small doses.

71 comments on “Leanna: Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)

  1. seekingjoy
    November 20, 2016

    I think we all have that one that has our heart like no one else has. Sad but nice story sexy sir.

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    • Michael
      November 21, 2016

      Thank you Morgan, it is amazing how we all do share a similar life experience…only the details vary…but our human themes are eternal and infinite. I know it isn’t my usual erotic content but thanks for giving this a read ❤

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  2. Aurora
    November 20, 2016

    Oh, Michael! I’m aching for you. Come here and just let me hold you, baby. Goodness, you are so thoughtful and have delved into so much from your past to make meaning of it. That is hard work, I know. I have tears in my eyes typing this, imagining you typing with tears in your eyes. Your heart is beautiful. Big hugs, sweetheart. ❤

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    • Michael
      November 21, 2016

      Thank you, Sweetheart :-* I could use your lovin’ arms right now. This journey brings me to some fun places and also some painful moments. I knew this was going to a tough one when I began thinking her. I was just…I didn’t think I would feel this is in such a raw way. Sorry if I made you sad too but I appreciate your tenderness. While you have me in your arms and I’m all snuggled in…be careful, even tender and feeling wounded, I’m still playful and dangerous, meow…I mean roar! :-* 🙂

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      • Aurora
        November 21, 2016

        Oh yes, you are definitely still trouble all snuggled up. 😄For me, something like that letter anchors my feelings in a way that when I read it I would be right back emotionally to where I was when I first read it. You don’t need to apologize. I’m used to my big feelings. 😊 It’s ok. I hope you’re feeling better now. 😘❤️❤️

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        • Michael
          November 21, 2016

          You are such a kindred spirit, beautiful one! ❤ I am feeling better but I'm going to stay nestled into your arms and chest for a little longer…I can't breathe and I really like it! 😀 ❤

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          • Aurora
            November 21, 2016

            LOL, go right ahead. They are definitely capable of smothering someone, hee hee. 😀

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            • Michael
              November 21, 2016

              Sorry, can’t hear you…my ears are heavenly muffled 😀

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            • Aurora
              November 21, 2016

              😛 Heavenly muffled, lol. That’s ok, you don’t need to hear, just feel. 🙂

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            • Michael
              November 23, 2016

              This is my last thought and visual as I fall asleep tonight :-*

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            • Aurora
              November 23, 2016

              Aww, goodnight sweetheart. 😘

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            • exoticnita54
              February 4, 2017

              Hahahaha…Visualize

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      • exoticnita54
        February 4, 2017

        Michael.. you are so baaad.. but just as sweet as ever..

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    • exoticnita54
      February 4, 2017

      Right???..

      Imagine Michael typing with tears 😭 in his eyes..

      He is also so sensitive as well as passionate

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      • Michael
        February 6, 2017

        Thank you Nita, this is a tough memory to write about. Many of the stories I have shared standout to me because of the pleasure. Unfortunately, it is the pain and heartache that makes this one so memorable to me.😔 But, as you know…I survived😘

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        • exoticnita54
          February 6, 2017

          Nothing could you do..
          just hope you are lucky enough to find another love as sweet and precious as this one…

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  3. Meg Sorick
    November 21, 2016

    There’s one. One person in your life that no matter how long you’ve been apart, it always feels like yesterday. The pain, love, loss all rise to the surface keenly and quickly. Thank you for sharing your heart, Michael.

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    • Michael
      November 21, 2016

      Thank you Meg. I was spiraling through some different thoughts and it brought me to Leanna. I knew it was going to be tough when I began about writing about her. I just wasn’t expecting it to be this hard. Your comment is so well said and true. And, thank you for sharing your heart ❤

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    • exoticnita54
      February 4, 2017

      Right meg..
      That was straight from his heart.
      And it touches us…

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Lively Life
    November 21, 2016

    What of the idea to try something together again?

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    • Michael
      November 21, 2016

      Thank you for visiting and commenting. 🙂 I’m not usually quite this emotional. I probably should have included this in the post but she is married now and has a beautiful family. I’m genuinely happy that life has been kind to her. Despite the way this post sounds, I’m very happy as well. Something about going back into these memories and our crossroads always hits me really, really hard.

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      • Lively Life
        November 21, 2016

        Oh I bet. History thinkage can bring pangs and bolts of a few triple dozen feelings, can’t it! It is very special to have had that between you two! and I’m glad you are happy now and can look back at the past without getting stuck and sad. 🙂

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  5. Mr Modigliani
    November 21, 2016

    That movie had a big impact on me also. Thank you for sharing some of your life story

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    • Michael
      November 21, 2016

      Thank you Mr. M, the influence of such images can be very powerful when they connect to timeless themes. It seems we hear and feel many of the same callings. Thanks for checking out a bit of my story. Hope you have a great week!

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      • Mr Modigliani
        November 21, 2016

        You as well. I hope that you have someone that will serve you deliciously for Thanksgiving.

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  6. Copper Cranes
    November 21, 2016

    Michael, this is an extraordinary post and a beautiful presentation. I admire what you’ve shared, it couldn’t have been easy to do, yet you did it with such kindness and grace. I’m delighted to read that you had the opportunity to reconnect with Leanna, those are special moments, ones to hold dear. Please have a wonderful week ahead. ~ Mia ❤

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    • Michael
      November 21, 2016

      Thank you Mia 🙂 So true, this was not an easy or flattering post to write. Painful stories aren’t my sweet spot. Fortunately, I was able to say a lot this to her when we spoke. It was a conversation we desperately needed to feel in our souls. And, if she ever forgets, I hope with this series (if she were to ever read it) she would have no doubt how much I cared for her and, right or wrong, at least understand why I had to go. Hope you have a wonderful week too ❤

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      • Copper Cranes
        November 21, 2016

        You’re welcome Michael. I like to think that in telling our stories, it helps with the unresolved and unfinished business that we hold on to, and in this instance having a conversation is even better. 🙂 Thank you for the nice wishes. ❤

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    • exoticnita54
      February 4, 2017

      So well said cooper.

      Extraordinary.. beautiful presentation…delightful read…. special moments.. and reconnection

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  7. Rita
    November 21, 2016

    ❤️

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  8. Rebecca Dawn
    November 21, 2016

    Reading Leanne’s letter gave us another insight into you, Michael. Your intensity and focus she wrote of reminded me of the men my favorite authors wrote about. Hmm alpha male. 😍😊 Sounds silly, I know. I’m a romantic. Shh don’t tell anyone!

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    • Michael
      November 21, 2016

      You are still here 😀 Thank you for stopping by :-* The alpha male….ahhhh yes! I’m not sure if it is a blessing or a curse. It drew her to me but it also worked against her in the end. Hopefully, this is one journey that ends like a romantic novel. P.S. Your hopeless romantic secret is safe with me ❤

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  9. Kristi
    November 21, 2016

    this is beautiful Michael. there are so many layers to you and i love how you share them all with us. i had a similar encounter a few years back with a prior love and the re-connection left me doing a lot of soul searching if you will. it was quite a powerful experience and the circumstances that surrounded that re-connection are partly what have fed my desire to seek the most out of this life we’ve been given. Not so unsimilar to you and the way you hold onto the memories and keepsakes of those that have crossed your path.

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    • Michael
      November 21, 2016

      Really appreciate your thoughts around this, Kristi ❤ Exploring some layers are a bit for fun than others, ha! I'm particularly drawn your thought around feeling inspired to seek the most out of life after re-connecting with a prior love. I get that. Though we don't know what would have happened, had we chose a different path, all we can do now is our very best to make the most of what remains in our life journey. You Kristi, are a treasure and it is and has always been a pleasure to know you ❤

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  10. carlyquinnauthor
    November 22, 2016

    Not long ago I looked up the boy I dated on and off for five years in college. He too has a lovely family now, we are not in contact. There were years I would have given anything if I could just never think of him again. After twenty years, I realized I’ve gone more than a year without him crossing my mind. I’m not sure if it makes me feel better or not.
    Life.
    Lovely post.

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    • Michael
      November 22, 2016

      This wasn’t exactly my hottest post ever but thanks for giving it a read. I need posts like this every now and then to keep me on track. I totally get your thoughts on your college boyfriend. It must have been an extremely powerful relationship. It starts of as constant thinking, then a few times a day, a week…fading to a couple times a month or when you hear certain songs. Then, its gone…until it hits once again from nowhere…like reading a random post. Big hug tonight, sweet dreams pretty girl :-*

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  11. soulsearchingwithlove
    November 22, 2016

    Hi sexy Sir Michael it is still me Morgan I had to create a new blog because the old one wouldn’t allow people to receive my replies, By the way I wrote more erotica if you should to read it.

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    • Michael
      November 28, 2016

      Hi Beautiful😘 Sorry you had to close your blog. I believe when you make it private, it turns off the reply notification feature. I will be visiting your new blog this evening with excited anticipation🍆☺️

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      • soulsearchingwithlove
        November 28, 2016

        Thank you Sexy Sir. And I have plenty erotic pieces that are wanting to see your excitement

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  12. some bloke
    November 24, 2016

    hey, long time no see. 😊

    quite an insightful, moving story ^ ^ hope you’ve been well.

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  13. Samantha
    November 24, 2016

    This is an insightful post Michael, i don’t know if ‘nice’ is the word but I think it’s nice to know that man also have such kind of emotions. Looking back and knowing how they felt about someone and being emotional about it, it’s not a weakness at all. It is just a misconception that alpha male men like you don’t have emotions and they are all cold and tough, this shows that you are human and despite how much I enjoy your sexy side, I also like reading this.

    Besides it is one of my own fears, I am so career driven, my life is so busy, mixing college, work, writing, gym, and fun; it’s so hard I sometimes wonder if I would make time for another person. That’s why I kind of push dating aside.

    I think I will watch the film because I have never seen it and it seems to have had such an impact on people’s lives.

    It’s a lovely post this 😊

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    • Michael
      November 30, 2016

      Thank you, beautiful girl 😘I was a little apprehensive about this post…hard to capture the emotions and internal struggle I was feeling. Plus, I have a reputation to uphold, ha! I admire your thoughts on your independence and the ability to feel fulfilled in your own life without the burning drive of “needing” a man to make you feel happy. You are wise beyond your years 😊

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      • Samantha
        November 30, 2016

        Thank you Michael 😊 I was raised with a single mom. Guess I take the independence from her 😊

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  14. tickledfancee
    November 27, 2016

    Interesting that this post came across my radar at a time when I’ve written a draft of a post about Romantic Love and visited your site to make sure what I’ve written was different enough from your own.
    This post about Leanna brings up a lot of emotions for me right now and perhaps this has also made me more sensitive to yours. Hard to know how your life would be different. In looking at my own, also at 19, I made the choice to stay and then we married when I was 24. Now at 41 I’m divorced with 2 kids who are now living between 2 homes.
    Having achieved career success, now I’m doing my best to figure out how to get past the concept of Romantic Love, for I’m no longer wanting to carry the Greatness nor the Blame of my lovers’ projections and no longer do I want to do that to any others. It’s a big step to make and while I feel closer than ever before, it’s still a great challenge to get to that point where I am my own friend…accepting myself now, as I am. From what I’m reading and based on experiences, I believe that is key to avoid those projections: being our own and our lover’s friend, accepting ourselves and our lover as is. I’m giving away too much of my own post, but I feel that maybe it might help you in your own recovery and understanding.
    I’m sorry for your pain, Michael. Love to you as you find peace in yourself. If I could, I’d give you a great big hug ❤️️ ~Tiffany

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    • Michael
      November 30, 2016

      No surprise that you picked up on my somewhat vague but essential thought I was ruminating over…to stay or go and how life might be different. You are right, it is hard to predict what would’ve happened had I taken a different path. Things might not have worked out with Leanna anyway. I suppose I get so emotional over this point in my life because I was leaving her at a time when we were both still in love with one another. It was a special time but there was something calling to me, and I needed to answer that call. My memories of her are forever locked in a time of youth and innocence with nothing but loving memories. I’m in no way proud of my decision…I hurt her and time would show me that I didn’t learn my lesson about protecting the hearts of future lovers. Sorry, things didn’t go the way you dreamed as lovely 19 year old woman starting on your life journey. I’m smiling thinking about you at that point in your life💖I’m just so proud of you for all you did to secure yourself professionally in what must been a chaotic period in your life. I’m sure it wasn’t easy and I genuinely admire that. I loved your post and guidance on Romantic Love. I’m a layman on these explorations but I do think you see the path now. Sure, there is a destination but it is really about finding happiness in the very spot you are in now. And, that happiness comes from within and radiates outward to touch others. Some will feel it and others won’t…but still you shine ❤️ P.S. I’ll take that hug, please ignore the prominent hard sensation pressing against you down below. Then again…☺️

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      • tickledfancee
        December 1, 2016

        Michael, I felt your question because it is one I have had for myself. How would my life have been different had I not stayed. The argument within ends quickly for me when I think about my children. Yet, I see myself in pain with either choice. Ultimately it is the pain in our lives that can lead us to growth and without the pain, why would we choose to change?
        I would encourage you to be compassionate with yourself regarding your past choices with lovers. I’m confident you did the best you could do with what you were dealing with at the time. Our best can differ Day by day. On some level, the pain of a lost love can lead to transformation or stagnation. It is each person’s choice to make…this is as much true for you as it is for your former lovers.
        I’d like to say more and will stop for now.
        And I wouldn’t be able to ignore anything pressing into me with a hug 😉

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        • Michael
          December 4, 2016

          Thank you Tiffany💖 Really, thanks so much for what you have shared…it means a lot. You are always so supportive, nurturing, and encouraging. Speaking of which, perhaps I could encourage you to do a little nurturing with that pressure you are feeling below 😈😇Hope you are having a great weekend, Sexy! 😘

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          • tickledfancee
            December 4, 2016

            Yes, that would be very sexy! I would quite enjoy spreading some of my nurturing your way. These thoughts are causing quite a bit of warmth for me this day 😉😘

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            • Michael
              December 6, 2016

              Mmmm, I do believe you set me on a course of hot daydreams ALL day and made me delightfully worthless for the rest of the day! 🔥🔥Thank you for that😃😘

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            • tickledfancee
              December 6, 2016

              I’m not sure if I should say you’re welcome or I’m sorry 😉

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  15. Vegas
    December 3, 2016

    How am I just now seeing this?!
    Oh Michael… 😢
    Truely a touching story. We all have that 1 person we connect with on a level nobody else can.
    Don’t regret the decisions you made. You took the road less traveled. Most of us have. I pray your heart heals. ❤️

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    • Michael
      December 4, 2016

      Awww, thank you Vegas💏This one opened up some old wounds as I dug around in the memory box. It was helpful though and I’m feeling better. I think we all walk a similar journey and wonder “what if” as we look back on life’s crossroads.I’m feeling better now and appreciate your kind words💖😘

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      • Vegas
        December 4, 2016

        It happens. Our long term memory likes to remind us of painful memories, but it’s therapeutic to us in how we deal with them.
        I’m glad you had a little soul searching. It helps healing.

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  16. exoticnita54
    February 4, 2017

    I seem to get lost in your stories. Everytime..

    I was getting so emotional reading 📖 your lost love ❤️..
    and reading 📖 her deep inner thoughts about you..
    she loves you..
    and I’m not surprised 😳 that you loved her back.. you are that passionate…
    And your emotions ran deep..

    I can relate to your feelings of Still loving her even after all this time….
    and I can understand the emotions and the tears 😭 with her memories..
    I have such a. Love of my life…
    can’t get rid of the love I felt for him. And just the thought of him bring tears .. and replace with a smile Thinking. We had it all.. for just a moment…

    I’m becoming so hooked with your stories..
    they move me in every direction and touch my very soul…

    I love hold you hold me with every word you write..

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    • exoticnita54
      February 4, 2017

      **** I love how you hold me
      With every word you write….****

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      • Michael
        February 6, 2017

        As an aspiring writer, this means the world.🌎 Thanks so much for your encouragement💖

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        • exoticnita54
          February 6, 2017

          How I wish I have the way with words as you do.. and able to put together to tell a story
          so eloquently

          Keep on writing and expressing your emotions with your passionate experiences..

          And keep me delightfully entertained..

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  17. Lavender
    March 27, 2017

    This story just got me teary-eyed. Sometimes it’s the inner calling within us that makes us question, “What exactly is our purpose here on Earth?” It’s reasonable and understandable at your age to pursue a different direction. It seems she expected marriage, do you propose to her ? I suppose in life, there are no time for regrets am I right ?

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    • Michael
      March 28, 2017

      Thank you for such a thoughtful comment and reaction to this story. It was a tough one to write and it felt surprisingly strong to revisit the keepsakes and memories of our time. Healing in a way. She did want marriage. Had I stayed, I would have regretted missing the life I felt I needed to live. Having now lived many of the things I wanted to, I know I did the right thing. Still, I think about that period in my life when the world was young and so much was unknown. I suppose that is a period we can all connect to. Thank you for giving this special memory a read😘

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      • Lavender
        March 29, 2017

        Once upon a time everyone was young, during that phase I believe our hopes and dreams existed. Yet sometimes we are still young at heart, still searching for happiness, the passion at heart. It’s the curiousity that kills you, at least it did me.

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        • Michael
          March 30, 2017

          Lavender, you are sexy and wise.💞To remain young at heart and keeping our dreams greater than our memories is a worthy journey. As for curiosity, so sorry 😔I hope spring finds you once again in full bloom 🌹

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