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The Quest Chronicles: The Great Collaboration

A chance encounter leads to a great collaboration. The greatest story ever written is life itself. I became friends with someone who put a small piece of my love life on paper with ONE conversation. A taste of what’s in stored once my book is complete:

“I’m feeling that feeling again; I’m
playing a game I can’t win”
-Steve
Perry

The deafening sound of my silence
overpowers the sound of the water as it
washes over me. How did I find myself-
better still; how did I allow this to happen
again? I close my eyes, and I can still see
his smile. That captivating, inviting yet oh
so deceptive smile. His touch, his voice, his
scent. His…everything! God what I wouldn’t
give to be able to forget that he ever
existed.

I was him simplicity, he was my
complication.
What I saw in him was an escape. My
escape! He was also the lie I convinced
myself to be truth. He was…he was my
dark fantasy.
No matter how hard I cry. No matter how
hard I fight. No matter how much I tell
myself that I have to let him go; I somehow
always find myself in his arms. In his
embrace. In his bed. Trapped in my own
mind, the perfect hostage to my desires. I
convinced myself that my love for him was
strong enough to change the truth of who
he really was. But my love was nothing
more than a lie. A lie I kept using to put the
pieces of my broken heart back together. A
lie I held on to. A lie that never shielded me
from the harsh reality of us. There was
never us. There was him. There was me.
And now, once again; it’s just me.

It’s just me. Screaming for the world to
hear. Crying until my body shakes. Holding
myself simply because I want him to hold
me; I want him to kiss me, to tell me that
things will be different. I want him to lie to
me, if only to stop me from feeling the pain
that the truth causes.
The deafening silence of my tears
overpowers the sound of the shower as the
water cascades over my naked body.
Hoping that it washes away his touch.
Hoping that it washes away his scent.
Praying that it washes away my past. All I
can do now is wait.
Wait to live.
Wait to die.
Wait for an absolution; that will never come.
The simplicity that I found in his
complication. Is what made our complicated
love affair, so simple.

So simple in fact that he simply walked out
of my life.

Written by my new inspiration, Darryl Bishop #Author #Photographer #Dj #Comedian #Model

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The Quest Chronicles: A Man’s Wedding Ring

Men been flocking to me like crazy, giving compliments, flirting & asking for my number. As soon as I attempt to give it to them, I notice the special band on their left hand called a WEDDING RING!

In these scenarios, one has to think. Is he innocently flirting, just being polite or really trying to see what’s good with US?

Sometimes I just laugh & brush it off. I appreciate the compliments, embrace the attention & put it in my head that this man was just being polite. Nothing more, nothing less. Refreshing to have a man put smile on my face, even if it’s just innocent flirting.

When approached by a man that’s coming on strong, & asking for my number, it makes me wonder. Maybe he’s unhappy in his marriage, he may be a widow, separated or divorced. Here’s comes that part many miss… COMMUNCATION! Before we go any further & it’s obvious you want to pursue me, I need to know the story behind the ring on the left hand because I know it’s not just an accessory.

Sometimes I sit back & question myself. Why would these men approach me? If there are in fact married, do I give off the impression that I’m down with a little fun & your personal situation is your own business? Does he feel being tight lip about the wedding band is ok because obviously I see it so if it’s a problem to me, I should be the one to address it?

We live in a society that having a mistress, side piece or special friend is normal in SOME cases. So I’m not offended but definitely not my style. I’m not messing up anyone’s happy home or even if they are unhappy, not my problem. I’m going to be with one man & he will be all mines. In this case, sharing is NOT Caring.

So I ask the men, are you happy in your marriage? Are you the type to seek new options to eventually push the other out the way? Do you enjoy the attention of other woman even for an innocent moment? If widowed, separated or divorced, what makes you still wear the wedding man?

Ladies, how do you feel when being approached by a married man? Is the ring flattering, a turn on or turn off? Do you address it early or play along to see how far they will go? Just curious so don’t be shy to comment your answers or even share some scenarios you personally experienced.

This is Ms Gotta Love Me herself, it’s T-Quest Tuesday & you’ve just been Questified! Show love by sharing & following me on social media at TQuestGLM

Email me topics to discuss & QUESTions you may have. To learn more about me or to hear about certain topics in dept please download my app “T-Quest” in your google play store & visit my website GottaLoveMeWorld.com

 

 

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