I met this man online a few months ago (on Facebook). He sent me this picture and he said it was taken about 4 years ago. It is common for people who are online sites to post pictures that are not recent, and a few weeks later he sent me a selfie to show what he currently looked like, and I was not surprised to see it was very different. We were not pursuing a long-distance dating relationship, and an honest friendship blossomed from our conversations. I described his picture below… a sample of my writing similar to my book, “Indifferent Deceptions”.
“The first thing I notice is his casual smile, and his intense blue eyes; I feel as if he is studying me. Since he looks slightly amused, I imagine he is engaged in a light conversation with his companion. He may be alone, but he does not look lonely. In a friendly fashion, his left shoulder is leaning down and angled slightly lower than the right. His eyebrows are raised, exhibiting a much darker shade than the long blonde strands of hair resting on his shoulder.
Below his mysterious eyes are soft cheekbones that catch the very top of his smile and frame his well-shaped nose. His strong jaw-line catches the significant features of his face, and his neck drapes down, showing the well-deserved lines of time. The faded jean shirt he is wearing is bleached, almost white. The sleeves are cut off at the shoulder and display white frays – indicating that it is a favorite.
As I glance at the photo on and off, I see a proud man, someone who would “come to the rescue”. A long forehead leads to a tuft of gray hair that triangles out and leads to the longer locks that rescue him from the dreaded look of old age. With his shirt bared open, I can see his curly chest hair in shades of gray and the natural color that also highlights his tresses. As I proceed, I wonder if I should share that I desire kissable lips… it’s all in the kiss.
Dare I say anymore…”
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(Photo credit: William Earl Thornton)