Renee I'm laughing as this is just so cheeky :)I love itxx Ribbonword verification...husee!
"When the soul is plunged in the fire of divine love, like iron, it firstloses its blackness, and then growing to white heat it becomes likeunto the fire itself. And lastly, it grows liquid, and, losing its nature, istransmuted into an utterly different quality of being. And as the differencebetween iron that is cold and iron that is hot, so is the difference betweensoul and soul, between the tepid soul and the soul made incandescent bydivine love." Richard of St. Victor - de Quattuor Gradibus Violentae Charitatis Love you, :O)
Beautiful, Renee! And that photo is all about youth, and love, and passion. SIGH. :) Much love to you on this glorious summer day in Maryland. A hummingbird just came to my window. I'll send him over to see you. xoxoxo Pam
I love that poem.
I can't see the image. I can only read. I like it when people define "God" according to their personal interpretation. God has been a man, a woman, a tree, sex, snake, thunder, cyclone, a friend, a birthday cake...aren't humans great? We are defiant until we are faced with fear for our lives and survival, even those we love, and then even the athiest among us professes and exclaims "Oh dear Gawd, please Hep me, Hep me Lowrd, Hep me!"
The man in the photo is definitely grabbing her instrument.Gee, I wish I had some...Ciao, cheeky Renee! I love youLola xx
Good morning, dear Renee. The Hafiz poem is so beautiful. Just as real love is beautiful, whether you are old or young, gorgeous or homely, young or old. To become one in love with another person completely, body, mind, and soul, is like catching a glimpse of the Divine.I hope you have a good day, dear one. And I hope Sheldon and Jacquie are finding peace and comfort and ease from their pain.Love,xoxoxoAngela
Oh Renee - I love you. Your daring, your verve, your quirkiness, your tongue in cheek show such a zest for life.BTW, when we think of your current situation, this post seems like a real affirmation of the life force that cannot be quelled.
I was experimenting with my Nanny-Cam and you caught me! I look good though, right? :)Have a wonderful day Renee! Is it hot there too? It was still 87 degrees here last night at 8:30! Love, Darla♥
"Angela I was reading what you wrote me and thinking 'How happy I am that are friends and how happy I am that we connected.'"Me, too, dear friend.XOXOXOXOAngela
steamy Renee - in a more pleasant way than our current weather trend :) A nice diversion, reminder of life's passions and powers.xox k
Well, now that I can see the image I can understand fully why God's name is being invoked here for these couple will soon be meeting their god with the expression: "Oh god!...Oh god...Oh god...I'm coming!"Halleluyah!Halleluyah!Halley hey hey luuu YAH!
wow - is that you and your husband??? i am all hot and bothered now....
oh la la ...the wild side of Renee!!! I almost spit out my coffee when I saw this...you are so cheeky!!! and I love that you always grab our attention!!!HugsDiana
LOL Renee..I love the contrast here..your sense of humor and the true beauty of the shot. Who said youth? I recognize this position..where are the handcuffs - giggle snort! Seriously I loved the quote!Love you hon, Sarah
thank you Renee!!! you are so talented and I am so happy you loved the award!!!HugsDiana
Speechless......and gigglingBeautiful words, horrendously cute piccy......jealousy is a curse Michelle!xxxWord veri is pulat...I say no!
gotta love a girl who has a wild wonderful view of sensual sensational sex.oooooh. yes! ooooooh. oh god!xo
I love Hafiz, have a book of just his hot stuff. And that's a perfect photo to go with it...But here's a question I've always had (especially now that I can no longer do them): How come it's ALWAYS the woman who had to perform all those figure 8, upside down ballerina-type positions during sex? WHY IS THAT? You never seem to see the man all feet in the air and twisted in strange positions....LMAO! Cheeky, indeed! I love you, Renee! Hugs and Blessings!!
Oh I like your sassiness today, Lovee. Beautiful poem. I LoVe the poem Leks quoted in the comments. Sending you all my love on desert monsoon clouds billowing your way.**blows kisses** Deb
Renee - fabulous post. I remember making love in the afternoon, when you didn't need ibuprofen to recover from the athletics. Beautiful, apposite poem and image.Mad x
God knows how much i loved this post !!!!!
Yow! Oh my! Yummm! Lawd, it's hot in here!I once had a lover who told me, "I wish you were a cello."Me: ??Lover: "So I could have you between my legs for hours at a time."Me: < brain explosion >Hafiz ... oh yes:And loveSays,"I will, I will take care of you,"To everything that is Near.*****************Juicy sexual thoughts = Excellent medicine!Bless you, Renee ...Love and prayers streaming your way ...
I saw this picture and started chuckling ...Only Renee would think of putting this racy picture on her blog... and I wanted to cheer!God means so many things to so many different people...What Cee said had me laughing...I turn to nature so much to find God....I love the poem~Love~Pattee
You sure got my attention! LOL
know what you've got on your mind today girl...
Fantastic Quote !! Great..Unseen Rajasthan
This woman or the one yesterday. Which is the real Renee? Inquiring minds want to know.
Oh my... suddenly I don't feel quite as old as I did when I woke up...
Love you girl, and your sense of timing. About the photo being only "youth" ah... but the passion of the years, the look that speaks of other times, the Cosmo's Moon, remember? Dead? Gone? never! Just waiting for the right touch, the right look, more valuable now than when we were young, not because we are not so prone to jump at the first kiss but because like a good tree, now we can rest in the shadow of years of learning what is valuable about love and sex and enjoy it like a good wine. Sip by sip, the glass is never empty...
Great fun, Renee! Seems to match/contrast the theme of my story - have a read if you like and let me know http://gypsyexpress.com/?p=598Hugs
That looks uncomfortable and would make me need to pee.
in some ways it seems so long ago, but then again it seems like only yesterday....if only!thanks for the flashback ;)xoxoxoThis really came out of left field!
Oh MY! ( heavy breathing) OH MY!!Hugs Rene
Way to embrace life and give it a big, fat kiss. Love it.
Hmmm . .I can't remember it!
I love coming here -- it's such a celebration of life!
our friend marion asks good questions.of course, for quite a number of years, i'm no longer the one to ask.xoxoxo!
Yes.... this is pretty hot! ; )love and passion.... it's beautiful at any age... not just for the young!
'cheeky' is a good word Ribbon used. I love the poem, the idea of joining in the act of creation, the act of loving, touching, enjoying pleasure and giving pleasure.Renee, you are brilliant.
Well, Renee, you surprise me all the time. I was just thinking: "I'll look at Renee's blog and then I think I'll join my husband in bed." Now I KNOW I'm going to join my husband in bed...;-) You are so...amazing! I love that poem and I love that love is so beautiful! Off I go... Love, Silke
You are a hoot!!! Just keep those hoots coming! Love and Hugs, Lynda
Renee - just stopping by to wish you sweet dreams. xoxo Pam
Suddenly it is very warm in here. I like it, very much!
Ahem...I think i need to loosen my...tie ;) lolLotsa love passionate one,M
Back atcha, sweet girl. :) xox Pam
Nice post, dough it makes me sad, reminds me it has been a long time I ve been with a guy, well I am not sad is nostalgy what I got.Hugs
....am feelin quite flushed...that is one erotic image...fantastic!
My first thought was "Precious Memories". I couldn't get in that position if my life depended on it. LOL
Renee- OK, now love you 1000 times what I loved you yesterday. Damn! I wanna curl up next to you while you tell me stories. I'm thinking you could tell some good uns! Please don't ever shed this side of you. ~rick
I think the view from your bedroom looks pretty good to me!!! Lisa x
The words were enoughbut the picture sweetly that more. Thank god for bodies!
Humanity is grand...LOVE this one Renee...
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